That portion of the printing plate that carries the ink and prints on paper.
High resolution, large format device for producing film from electronically generated page layouts.
Arrangement of pages so that they print correctly on a press sheet and the pages are in proper order when the sheets are folded.
Product resulting from one cycle of printing machine. The pressure of the image carrier, whether it be the type, plate or blanket, when it contacts the paper.
A relatively thick paper stock; basis size 25 1/2″ x 30 1/2.”
Markings pre-printed on mailing envelopes to replace the stamp.
A term used to denote papers such as janitorial, sanitary or heavy packing papers.
The device which stores and meters ink to the inking rollers.
A quality of paper resistant to ink absorption, allowing the ink to dry on the paper surface.
The inertial resistance to flow that occurs to ink as soon as it is printed.
A device used to measure the tack of ink.
Extra printed pages inserted loosely into printed pieces.
Extra blank pages inserted loosely into book after printing.
A coated stock finished in mother-of-pearl.
Text that is used to denote emphasis by slanting the type body forward (leaning to the right).