How to Score Paper: Three Available Options

If you work with thicker paper including
cardstock, you will probably have a project that requires you to fold your
paper. However, folding thicker stock or paper that’s been pre-printed
with can be difficult which is why many people choose to score their
paper beforehand. Scoring the paper ensures that you’ll get a clean fold
and that the paper won’t crack. I

If you work with thicker paper including
cardstock, you’ll probably have a project that requires you to fold your
paper. However, folding thicker stock or paper that’s been pre-printed
with can be difficult which is why many people choose to score their
paper beforehand. Scoring the paper ensures that you’ll get a clean fold
and that the paper won’t crack. It will also make your work look more
presentable. There are three different ways you can score your paper.
Here they are:

Those
are the three different scoring options that are available. As to which
one you should choose, it depends on your needs. Using a knife and
straight edge is helpful if your workload is small and if you want
something budget-friendly. Rotary trimmers can be really helpful,
especially if you also need to perforate and score your paper. And using
a scorer is recommend if you regularly need to score your materials.
Keep in mind that no matter which method you choose, scoring is pretty
easy and it’s essential if you want to produce professional-looking
work. Start scoring your paper and cardstock today so you can make your
work look fantastic.

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