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Printing half-tone blocks on uncoated paper.
J. R. Riddell
1928 in Cologne .
Written in English
Lecture delivered at the 2ndInternational Printers Congress, Cologne, 1928.
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Basis Weight The weight in pounds per ream of paper cut to its basic size in inches. Signatures that are folded will have a section of spine cut off with the back edge rougheed, glue will then be applied and the cover attached. Finishing Broke Discarded paper resulting from any finishing operation. The Artist's proof is distinguished by the name of the painter and the engraver or etcher. Can be bound in a number of ways. Chromotype: This is another name for the autotype process, modified somewhat in the details of working.
This is absolutely briliant! Blind Embossing A printing technique in which a basrelief design is pushed forward without foil or ink. Also called off-set. Fibers line up parallel to the short side of the paper. An impression is then made in a sheet of wax having its surface dusted with black lead or plumbago.
I myself have never screen-printed onto cibachrome or a developed photo for that matter. Special effects - General term for reproduction of photographs using techniques such as line conversion and posterization. Probably wise to start with the technical side of it, the esthetics will drop in automatically when someone starts posting results. Fore-egde: The outer edge of a book, opposite the binding edge.
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Back to Top C Calender paper: In paper-making, a machine with rollers between which paper is passed to w give a smooth, glossy finish; when the rolling has been frequendy repeated the paper is said to be supercalendered.
Printing half-tone blocks on uncoated paper. book also Grain Direction. Antique Finish A paper finish, usually used in book and cover papers, that has a tactile surface. Antiskinning Agent An antioxidant agent used to prevent inks from skinning over in the can or on press.
Simplex Box - A box that folds down from the ends of the box but offers a rigid box look. Slug - In composition, a one-piece line of type. Additive Color Color produced by light falling onto a surface, as compared to subtractive color. Coated paper: Type of paper produced to create surface suitable for the printing of fine-screen halftones and other fine images.
Bristol Paper General term referring to paper 6 points or thicker with basis weight between 90 and gsm. K Kerning A method in composition of changing the spacing between type; brings the type closer together. Invented by D. Spine - The binding edge of a book or publication. Would people be interested in seeing the results?
A typical modern example of half-tone printing are photographs in the newspapers - under the magnifying glass, one can see a large number of regularly placed dots that make up the picture.
Related techniques I shall probably move on to next which come out more sepia are argyrotype and salt printing. It is uniform, sometimes the edges being darker then the rest of the page. Slip - The tendency Printing half-tone blocks on uncoated paper. book two adjacent surfaces to slide.
Bindery Print shop department or separate business that does trimming, folding, binding, and other finishing tasks. Software - See program. Aquatint: This is also an etching process, Printing half-tone blocks on uncoated paper.
book devised to imitate India ink or sepia washes, The ground used is not, however, like ordinary etching ground, continuous, but perforated.
Stat - General term for inexpensive photographic print of line copy or halftone. Lap Register A register achieved by overlaying a narrow strip of the second color over the first color, at the points of joining. Dusting The accumulation of loose particles from the paper on the nonimage areas of the blanket.
Often other substances like thin sheets of metal, plastic, etc…are fused to paper. Also called trimmed size.Bond paper. A grade of writing or printing paper where strengths, durability, and permanence are essential requirements; used for letterheads, business forms, etc.
Bonding. The natural chemical and physical mechanism by which individual fibers adhere to each other. Book paper. A general term for coated and uncoated papers. The basic size is From complex paper cutting to book carving, this is an ever expanding area Incredibly Creative Examples of Paper Art by 15 Various Contemporary Artists Removal of half-tone pattern from scan of newspaper coated paper, more accurate printing.
Print job on. Full text of "The half-tone process, a practical manual of photo-engraving in half-tone on zinc, copper, and brass, with chapters on three-colour work and photo-lithography of offset printing" See other formats.Bolster pdf general knowledge with these printing terms.
Pdf. Abrasion resistance – The level at which paper can withstand continuous scuffing or rubbing. Absorption – The properties within paper that cause it to absorb liquids (inks, water, etc.) which come in contact with it.
Accordion fold – A binding term describing a method of folding paper.A smooth uncoated paper prints half-tone blocks reasonably well and, being mainly a diffuse reflector, gives rise to little or no glare.
In the printing itself, uneven Cited by: 1.A grade of uncoated book paper with a smooth ebook surface. Space between pages in the ebook frame of a book, or inside margin towards the back or binding edge.
Usually refers to how coarse or fine a screen, tint or half-tone reproduces. M weight.
The actual weight of sheets of any given size of paper. Machine Coated.