Stationery or other forms of stock having a strong percentage content of "cotton rags."
Device that translates page description commands into bitmapped information for an output device such as a laser printer or imagesetter.
Mechanicals made in two page spreads as readers would see the pages, as compared to printer spread.
To place printing properly with regard to the edges of paper and other printing on the same sheet. Such printing is said to be in register.
Cross-hair lines on mechanicals and film that help keep flats, plates, and printing in register. Also called crossmarks and position marks.
Sharpness of an image on film, paper, computer screen, disc, tape or other medium.
Type, graphic or illustration reproduced by printing ink around its outline, thus allowing the underlying color or paper to show through and form the image. The image 'reverses out' of the ink color. Also called knockout and liftout.
Abbreviation for red, green, blue, the additive color primaries. The additive primaries are used in video monitors.
Printing press which passes the substrate between two rotating cylinders when making an impression.
To casebind with a rounded (convex) spine, as compared to flat back bind.