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Why do Mailing Tubes have "usable" lengths?
Most mailing tubes use plastic plugs to secure the ends. Most plastic plugs are .500" deep. When both of the plastic plugs are inserted, they reduce the inside, "usable" length of the Mailing Tube by
How do I measure a paper tube or paper core?
Paper tubes and paper cores have 4 parts: 1. Inside diameter 2. Wall thickness 3. Outside diameter 4. Length Diameter Definition: a straight line passing from side to side through the center of a bod
What freight class do edge protectors ship at?
Our edge protectors ship at class 55. Freight classes are designed to help you get common standardized freight pricing for your shipment when working with different carriers, warehouses and broker
Will USPS ship my poster tubes? I'm only seeing options for "envelopes" or "boxes."
Yes, USPS ships poster tubes. When provided with the option to select "box" or "envelope", select "box". Then enter the outside dimensions of the poster tube: length x width x height (the width and h
What is a "print plate"?
A print plate is an industry term for a rubber stamp. When a slogan, logo, or handling instructions need to be printed on paper tubes or edge protectors, a print plate is required. In order to have a
How do I measure edge protectors and corner protectors?
Edge protectors and corner protectors have 4 dimensions: 1. Leg 1 2. Leg 2 3. Thickness 4. Length 1. Leg 1 Leg 1 can be measured from the bend to the edge of the paper. Because edge protectors and co