Double wave corrugated cardboard is made up of two layers of corrugated Havana-colored paper, covered by two layers of smooth Havana-colored paper. The sign of the waves is visible on the surface.
Notes for the design
Due to the empty spaces between one wave and another, corrugated cardboard is not suitable for cutting drawings with too small or detailed parts: the layers of material can divide.
Dark halos may appear on the back due to the heat of the cut.
Raster engravings are not recommended, due to the thin paper layer that would leave the underlying waves visible. Light raster engraving is not recommended.
The thickness of the material is considered nominal.
Examples of use
Packaging, boxes, prototypes of different kinds.
Gluing, joints and fixings
It can be glued with the most common glues for paper or with double-sided tape.