eBook Glossary of Printing and Papermaking Terms download
by TAPPI Press Staff
Author: TAPPI Press Staff
Publisher: Canadian Pulp & Paper Assn; 2 edition (December 1, 1996)
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1 Glossary of Printing Terms A acid-free paper Paper made from pulp containing little or no acid so it resists . Also called business paper, communication paper, correspondence paper and writing paper
1 Glossary of Printing Terms A acid-free paper Paper made from pulp containing little or no acid so it resists deterioration from age. Also called alkaline paper, archival paper, neutral ph paper, permanent paper and thesis paper. against the grain At right angles to the grain direction of the paper being used, as compared to with the grain. Also called business paper, communication paper, correspondence paper and writing paper. book block Folded signatures gathered, sewn and trimmed, but not yet covered. book paper Category of paper suitable for books, magazines, catalogs, advertising and general printing needs.
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The art, science, and technology of papermaking addresses the methods, equipment, and materials used to make paper and cardboard, these being used widely for printing, writing, and packaging, among many other purposes and useful products.
Glossary of Papermaking Terms ABRASION RESISTANCE Ability of. .
Glossary of Papermaking Terms ABRASION RESISTANCE Ability of paper product to withstand abrasion. Measured by determining degree and rate that a sample loses weight under specific rubbing action of an abrading substance, such as an eraser. BOOK PAPER Paper suitable for printing and other uses in the graphic arts industry. FABRIC PRESS Paper machine wet press that uses a special multiple weave fabric belt sandwiched between the regular felt and the rubber covered roll, increasing the capacity to receive and remove water from the nip between the rolls. FEEL Evaluation of paper surface finish by sense of touch.
Geoffrey Glaister's "Encyclopedia of the book" is a resource that cannot afford to be out-of-print. I cannot stress enough the need for a collector or book enthusiast to track down this volume to include in their resource library. It is so all-encompassing as to cover all aspects of the book, from specific biographies of publishers, book designers, printers, et al, and histories of the book's development from all angles.
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Glossary book terms as it pertains to the book printing services of Star Print Brokers. Against the Grain - Folding or printing on press at a right angle to the grain direction of the paper
Glossary book terms as it pertains to the book printing services of Star Print Brokers. A great reference too for book manufacturing and construction. Against the Grain - Folding or printing on press at a right angle to the grain direction of the paper. Aqueous Coating - Water based coating applied by printing press over printing. Artwork – Art - Images, including photos and type that is set-up for printing on press. Author’s Alterations – AA - Changes or corrections requested by author after art has been submitted. AAs are charged at an additional cost based on an hourly rate.
Bibliographic Details. Title: Glaister's Glossary of the Book: Terms Used. Publisher: University of California, Berkeley. Publication Date: 1979. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine.
Describes the basic papermaking process, including the materials used in pulp and the giant Fourdrinier machines used to form paper into rolls. What is paper? Paper is a dried, compressed mat of plant fibers-nothing more, nothing less. It's a bit like clothing you can write on. No, really! Clothes are made by weaving together yarns such as cotton and wool spun from natural fibers
Printing Terms Glossary. A Glossary of Printing, Binding, Graphic Arts & Typographical Terminology. Running a sheet of paper through a printing press at right angles to the grain direction of the paper, as opposed to with the grain
Printing Terms Glossary. Running a sheet of paper through a printing press at right angles to the grain direction of the paper, as opposed to with the grain. Sometimes called cross grain.