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Glossary of printing and papermaking terms for dialogue between printer and papermaker

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Published by Printing and Graphics Arts Committee, Technical Section, Canadian Pulp and Paper Association in Montreal .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Printing -- Dictionaries,
  • Papermaking -- Dictionaries

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Ralph W. Gordon and George J. Collins
    ContributionsGordon, Ralph W, Collins, George J., Canadian Pulp and Paper Association. Printing and Graphic Arts Committee, Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry. Printing and Imaging Committee
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 206 p. ;
    Number of Pages206
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16845733M
    ISBN 101896742041
    LC Control Number96035781

    In Astronomer and writer Joseph Jérôme Lefrançois de Lalande issued l'Art de faire le papier in volume 4 of the series Descriptions des arts et métiers published by the Académie royale des Sciences. Papermaking, a craft which had arrived in Europe in the 12th century, about years earlier than printing, and had been passed down as trade secrets through apprenticeship for even ?id= The Dictionary of the Book: A Glossary of for Book Collectors, Book Sellers, Librarians, and Others is the definitive glossary of the book, offering readers all the terms they will need for thorough understanding of how books are made, the materials they are made of, and how they are described in the bookselling, book collecting, and library ://

    In "web-fed" printing (printing on rolls of paper as opposed to single sheets), an angle bar is a metal bar that is used to turn paper between two components of the press. Aniline Oil-based solvent (quick drying) used in the preparation process of dyes and   The tremendous upsurge in papermaking during the Reformation in the 16th century, coupled with the introduction of printing with movable type, soon led to a serious shortage of raw materials and to regulations governing the trade in rags. The systematic search for substitute materials met with little immediate ://?option=com_content&view=article&id=paper-history.

    Glossary. A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z. A Go Top. Abrasion Resistance A method of printing in which areas etched away from a sheet of copper are filled with ink. A sheet of paper is then pressed onto the copperplate to reveal a reverse print of the etching. Printer: The person who designs and sets the typeface for printed documents. Quill Pens: Pens made from goose or swan feathers. A papermaker’s mark


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Get this from a library. Glossary of printing and papermaking terms: for dialogue between printer and papermaker. [Ralph W Gordon; George J Collins; Canadian Pulp and Paper Association. Printing and Graphic Arts Committee.;]   Printing Terms Glossary A Glossary of Printing, Binding, Graphic Arts & Typographical Terminology Types of paper usually used for printing books.

Book paper text weight and is divided into uncoated or offset paper, and coated paper, which includes matte or gloss coating. This is a term that refers to a paper that a printer keeps on hand Glossary Of Terms.

Frequently Asked Questions; Lines that appear on laid paper as a result of the wires of the papermaking machine. Chalking. Space between pages in the printing frame of a book, or inside margin towards the back or binding edge.

The blank space or margin between the type page and the binding of a ://   3. in book-collecting terms, a size based on definition 2.

font (or fount) a complete set of types of letters, numerals, and other symbols, cut and cast in the same style and size. format the size and shape of a book, as determined by the number of times the original sheet of paper or parchment has been folded to form its constituent :// Glossary of Terms.

We take great pride in making our clients feel confident about their jobs during the production process. To help you gain a better understanding of what’s happening to your project, we’ve compiled a glossary of terms that we commonly use in our :// The grippers of the printing press move the paper through the press by holding onto the leading edge of the sheet; this edge is the gripper edge.

Gutter Space between pages in the printing frame of a book, or inside margin towards the back or binding edge. The blank space or margin between the type page and the binding of a book. Halftone In "web-fed" printing (printing on rolls of paper as opposed to single sheets), an angle bar is a metal bar that is used to turn paper between two components of the press.

Aniline Oil-based solvent (quick drying) used in the preparation process of dyes and :// We have compiled a list of terms, phrases and words associated with papermaking so if you're unfamiliar with something we say in our listings or on social media it'll probably be in this list somewhere.

Find out what Hot Pressed, rag, gelatine sized means A series ISO range of paper sizes absorbency The degree to which paper takes up an amount of liquid, measured by a standard test. acid 2 days ago  Glossary of WWW technical terms If you can't find it here, check the acronyms or Glossary of technical terms "Dictionaries are like watches: The worst is better than none, and the best cannot be expected to go quite right." A Bridge Between Two Worlds: Papermaking in the Islamic Tradition Indianapolis, IN: Herron Art Library at IUPUI is hosting a free reception and lecture presented by Radha Pandey, papermaker and letterpress printer, on Islamic World Papermaking on Wednesday, November 16 th, from PM to Glossary Of Terms.

Introduction; a term used to define the thickness or viscosity of printer's ink. Body Size. The point size of a particular type character.

Boiler Plate. Space between pages in the printing frame of a book, or inside margin towards the back or binding edge. The blank space or margin between the type page and the Space between pages in the printing frame of a book, or inside margin towards the back or binding edge.

The blank space or margin between the type page and the binding of a book. Hairline register This term refers to a color test strip, which is printed on the waste portion of a press sheet. It is a standardized (GATF-Graphic Arts Technical Foundation) process which allows a pressman to determine the quality of the printed material relative to ink density, registration, and dot :// Glossary Of Terms.

Table of Contents; Technical Info; F A Q S; Lines that appear on laid paper as a result of the wires of the papermaking machine. Chalking. Space between pages in the printing frame of a book, or inside margin towards the back or binding edge.

The blank space or margin between the type page and the binding of a ://   A. A4 (size) A common ISO A-size of about /4 by /4 inches or x mm. For all sizes see International Paper and Board Sizes.

Abaca A fiber also known as manila hemp or manila fiber, prepared from the outer sheath of the stems of That space on the spine of a case bound book between the block of the book and the case binding. Hot melt An adhesive used in the binding process, which requires heat for application.

House Sheet This is a term that refers to a paper that a printer keeps on hand in his :// In "web-fed" printing (printing on rolls of paper as opposed to single sheets), an angle bar is a metal bar that is used to turn paper between two components of the We take great pride in making our clients feel comfortable and confident about their printing jobs during the production process.

To help you gain a better understanding of what’s happening to your projects, we’ve compiled a glossary of common (and not so common) printing :// In "web-fed" printing (printing on rolls of paper as opposed to single sheets), an angle bar is a metal bar that is used to turn paper between two components of the press.

Aniline Oil-based solvent (quick drying) used in the preparation process of dyes and ://?db_item=glossaryterm&glossary_item=C. Book Paper: Types of paper usually used for printing books. Book paper text weight and is divided into uncoated or offset paper, and coated paper, which includes matte or gloss coating.

Bounce: Inconsistent positioning of the printed image on the sheets of paper as they travel through a printing press. Bristol. I’ve been racing through Sidney E. Berger’s The Dictionary of the Book: A Glossary for Book Collectors, Booksellers, Librarians, and Others from cover to cover as if it was one of those  › Books.Glossary.

Words set in CAPITALS are defined elsewhere in the Glossary. Acid Bath An acid solution contained in a shallow tray in which metal plates are immersed for ETCHING. Agate A very hard shaped stone mounted in a wooden handle, used primarily to burnish paper, thin foil, and silver or gold leafing.

Agates come in beveled flat, blunt rounded, and curved rounded ://Glossary: From the 60 Years of North American Prints book. A la poupée: A method of intaglio color printing in which different colors of ink are applied to the same plate surface and worked into the grooves and marks using cotton daubs called dollies, or in French, poupée.

Aquatint: An intaglio technique in which a porous, acid-resistant ground is applied to metal plates for tonal effects