Technique

Washup

Washup
Technique

Washup

Washup refers to the process of cleaning printing presses, rollers, and other equipment after a print job is completed or when transitioning betwee...

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Vignette
Design

Vignette

A vignette refers to a gradual fading or blending of colors or tones toward the edges of an image or design element. It creates a soft, subtle tran...

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UGRA Test Target
Printing

UGRA Test Target

The UGRA test target is a standardized image used in the printing industry to assess and measure the quality of printed materials. It consists of v...

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Text
Printing

Text

In the context of printing and publishing, "text" refers to the main body matter of a page or book, excluding headings, titles, or other graphical ...

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Scaling
Design

Scaling

Scaling refers to the adjustment of the size or dimensions of an image, graphic, or document, either proportionally or non-proportional...

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Ream
Printing

Ream

A "ream" is a standardized unit of measurement used to quantify paper quantity. It typically consists of 500 sheets of paper, although the exact nu...

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Pagination
Design

Pagination

Pagination refers to the process of organizing and arranging content into discrete pages, typically in sequential order, for printing or digital pu...

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Off-Press Proofs
Design

Off-Press Proofs

Off-press proofs are physical copies of printed materials produced using methods other than the actual printing press, allowing for quality assessm...

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Newsprint
Printing

Newsprint

Newsprint is a low-cost, lightweight paper primarily used for printing newspapers, advertising circulars, and other periodicals. It is characterize...

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Magenta Screen
Printing

Magenta Screen

A "magenta screen" refers to the halftone screen used to reproduce the magenta color channel in four-color process printing. It consist...

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Laid Paper
Printing

Laid Paper

Laid paper is a type of paper characterized by the presence of thin, parallel lines running across its surface, typically visible when held up to l...

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Keyline
Design

Keyline

A "keyline" refers to a thin, solid line that outlines the edges of a design element or graphic. It serves as a visual separator, providing definit...

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Jog
Printing

Jog

Jog refers to the process of aligning and straightening stacks of paper or printed materials to ensure uniformity and precision during subsequent p...

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