An annual report, a luxury carton or an attractive cover of a magazine (like Inspire 57). What these three objects have in common is that they must all be designed, printed and then folded. But how do you get that perfect fold that promotes your design instead of disrupting it? The answer is creasing and this is why:
In conclusion, when choosing a paperboard you need to consider both how suitable it is for creasing and how well it lives up to other properties such as stiffness and tear strength. All to get that desired perfect result.