Plain Kraft Paper

Plain Kraft

While our Kraft Paper is a very versatile product and able to be used for wrapping, fill materials, protective covering, or pattern paper, it is especially useful as cutting underlay. Our kraft paper is an economic and biodegradable material, can be composed of either virgin or recycled content.

While our Waxed Kraft Paper is a very versatile product—perfectly suitable for wrapping, fill materials, protective covering, or even as a pattern paper—it is especially useful as a cutting underlay. Our Waxed Kraft Paper is an economic and biodegradable material, and can be composed of either virgin or recycled paper content.

Pritchard Paper’s Waxed Kraft Paper is simply the best on the market. Our lay flat Waxed Kraft Paper provides the highest performance on any cutting table, and all of our Waxed Kraft Papers are converted using mostly virgin kraft material that will remain straight, strong, and crisp. Lesser-quality recycled kraft papers are often soft, snap easily, and leave fibre residues on cut fabrics—not so with Pritchard Waxed Kraft paper products. Thanks to the superior quality of our Waxed Kraft Papers, your cutting operations will be efficient, productive, and will ensure a smile on your cutter’s face!

Product Features

Benefits for You

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One Product for All Applications

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More meters / yards on a roll

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Highest Transfer Yield

Sizing / Capabilities

FINISH : Natural Kraft

STANDARD PAPER WEIGHTS : 12#, 15#, 25#, 30#, 35#, 40#, 50#, 60#, 70#, 80#, 126#

STANDARD WIDTHS : 12″, 18″, 24″, 36″, 45″, 48″, 60″, 63″, 66″, 72″, 120″

ATTRIBUTES :

• Available in virgin or recycled paper
• Can be used as pattern paper in cutting rooms or to protect materials from damage on the cutting table
Heavy weight, strong, smooth paper, allowing for accurate cuts
• Economical and recyclable
• Lower cost option to other pattern papers
• Many other uses, including void fill or wrapping
• Other and custom weights, widths, and lengths available upon request

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