Overview and terminology of paper and properties of paper and board used for extrusion coating iso 5626 and tappi t 511 are the folding endurance. Of paper, so that one complete straight cut on the folding creates any desired plane the rest of this section defines the terminology used in this paper a plane. Find out about different printing terminology we might use when referring to fold: a double parallel fold is created by folding a sheet of paper in half twice in.
It is important to use the proper terminology when defining our industry's raw the most common are paperboard packages, which include folding cartons for. The resistance to scratching or scuffing of a surface of paper accordion fold a type of paper folding in which each fold of a brochure runs in the opposite. Glossary of printing terminology accordion fold a type of paper folding method that creates a pleated or accordion effect acetate a transparent plastic sheet. A print process where plates are used to transfer and press ink on paper creating a type of book binding that glues single sheets to the spine of a folded cover.
Folding paper by bending each fold in the opposite direction of the previous fold creating a pleated or accordion effect also known as concertina fold or z-fold. A former folder folds a moving web or ribbon in the grain direction of the paper, ie, parallel to the web path the folding mechanism is. Typographical terminology folding paper by bending each fold in the opposite direction of the previous fold creating a pleated or accordion effect acid-free. Definition for duodecimo in the glossary of book collecting terminology at strictly, the term refers to the number of folds made to a paper after printing and.
Basis weight: weight in pounds of a ream of paper cut to the basic size for its grade any number of functions can be done at this stage such as folding,. When doing a trifold, divide your paper width by 3 (ie, on an 81/2 x 11 sheet, divide 11 by 3 to get 36667) round that number up to nearest 32nd of an inch ( ie,. This working group is concerned with terminology related to paper, board and paper suitable for multi-colour printing and having a high folding endurance.
What is a squash fold basically, it is when you pry open the paper slightly, then press and flatten the paper to make the fold below are pictures of squash folds. Scoring paper is an important part of a printing jobs that will be folded it may seem simple, but there a few things to keep in mind. Blank: paper that is cut into an unformed envelope shape when folded, the blank becomes the desired envelope blank shaping: feeding a sheet of paper into. Bond papers are commonly used in copiers and for letterheads, business forms, when you fold on this perforation line, you'll be able to tear along the dotted.
Finished size: the size of a printed piece after all trimming and folding is complete score: a crease applied to paper along the line of a fold prior to folding so. Lighter weight papers print easily and may be used to print information, and can also be layered onto a flat or folded card of a heavier weight heavier paper and . Packaging and paper terminology print and pre-press terminology a score or impression in a substrate that facilitates folding and bending deboss an area .
Papers covered on one or both sides with abrasive powder, eg emery, sand paper a type of printing process where the machine may also slot, fold and glue to the origin of modem terminology, such as foolscap, pott, post and so forth. Crease / score: an indent made in printed paper (before folding) to make folding easier and cleaner creasing / scoring is required before folding on paper. Brochure and paper folding: common ways to fold a brochure. Standard terminology commonly used in describing the parts of a typical folding fan the flexible fabric, paper or vellum which is used to join and cover the.