Savage ProCore Mat and Mount Board - Black Antique/White - 32 x 40" - 25 Boards

BH #SAMB3240BAW • MFR #15407
Savage ProCore Mat and Mount Board - Black Antique/White - 32 x 40" - 25 Boards
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Savage ProCore Overview

Savage Cut Size ProCore Mat and Mount Board has an acid-free core, facing and backing papers with a neutral pH.

Acid Free
Core is buffered with calcium carbonate and is made of the highest quality, extra clean wood pulp fiber
Surface papers are formulated to provide high bleed and fade resistance
Available in all standard sizes
UPC: 731409954075

Savage ProCore Specs

Dimensions (W x L)32 x 40" / 81.3 x 101.6 cm
ColorsBlack / Antique White
Ply Thickness4-Ply
Packaging Info
Package Weight40 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)45 x 33 x 2"
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4 Ply ?
Asked by: Anonymous
The term 'ply' refers to the thickness of the mat board. The higher the number, the thicker the board. The most common thickness used is 4 ply (around 1/16th of an inch). 2 ply is 1/2 the thickness of 4 ply. 8 ply would be 2 times as thick. Which ply should you use? That depends on what you are doing Most mat board sold is 4 ply. 8 ply mat is often used in museums or galleries for special presentations of artwork or photos. The 45 degree bevel allows the extra thick core to show and gives a dramatic effect. Double matted means you will have 8 ply mat on your artwork if you use the 4 ply board. In most cases, 4 ply works well. If you choose a thicker or thinner mat board, you must adjust the blade on your mat cutter to avoid over or under cuts. If you are just starting out in mat cutting use 4 ply only. Also, some mat cutters (both manual and computerized) will not cut 8 ply.
Answered by: William R.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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