What’s the difference between folding and paper creasing?
Folding is a process of folding paper sheets to produce brochures, notebooks, and other paper editions from thin paper. The fold line is called folding.
The difference from the creasing.
Folding differs from creasing that do not use pressure with a blunt knife on the media, but simply folded cartons. Furthermore, folding is not intended for bending of paper with a high density of 170 gr./m² and upwards (there paper is described as cardboard) for this purpose using a process called – creasing. Ad hoc basis is possible, however, to crease cardboard high density first and then be be folded in machine.
– Recommended maximum paper thinkness to fold: up to 170 g/m².
– Recommended minimum thickness for make creasing: from 170 g/m². up.