In printing presses, the paper or other material used to underlay a press blanket or plate, to bring the surface to the desired height; the method of adjusting squeeze pressure.
A device for determining the relationship between the height of the plate or blanket, and the cylinder bearers.
A flexible glue used in padding loose sheets.
The number of flexes a book page can withstand before loosening from the binding.
In stripping, assembly of all elements to make up a page. In digital imaging, the electronic assembly of page elements to compose a complete page with all elements in place on a video display terminal and on film or plate.
Initial impression of a page pulled for checking purposes before the entire job is run.
In book production, the number of pages contained in a one-inch stack of paper.
In computerized typesetting, the process of performing page makeup automatically.
The collection of colors or shades available to a graphic system or program.
A wooden platform with stringers wide enough to allow a fork lift to drive into it and lift; used to pack cartons for shipment, if specified by the customer. Pallets are usually not reusable.
Pantone Matching System
Machine on which paper is manufactured, dried, wound on rolls and slit to appropriate lengths.
Paper Surface Efficiency
Measure of the printability of a sheet of paper which is dependent upon the amount of ink the paper absorbs, the smoothness of its surface, and the evenness of its caliper.
A paper-covered book; also called paperback or soft cover.
A paper used for greeting cards, stationery, etc…which is distinctive from regular stock in that special watermarks and embossing may be used.
Any series of folds in sequence, made in parallel fashion.
In inkmaking, a type of dryer, usually a combination of drying compounds.
Pasted grades are those grades of paper or paperboard made up of layers pasted together. The process is machine operation used to combine sheets of the same or different papers into a single thickness.
PCF – Process Chlorine Free
Our 100% post consumer recycled papers are manufactured from sustainable raw materials and are processed using chlorine-free practices.