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  • Finishing Printed Materials 03-06-2014
    Finishing refers to several operations that may be performed on printed material after it has left the press. The most common finishing operations are cutting,…Read More
  • Book Covers And Cover Design 02-27-2014
    Self CoversSelf-covers are produced from the same material as the body of the book and generally carry part of the message of the piece. Newspaper and some news…Read More
  • Lithographic Ink Problems 02-19-2014
    The most aggravating problems in lithography are often interaction problems, which arise when there is more than one deficiency among the paper, ink, press, and…Read More
  • Selecting the Right Ink For the Job 02-17-2014
    Each printing process requires the use of an ink developed specifically for that process. Letterpress, gravure, lithographic, and screen-process inks are specia…Read More
  • Color Matching - Ink Manufacturing 02-14-2014
    Many times, a customer requests a specific color other than black, cyan, yellow, or magenta on the ink required, the printer either orders the specific color fr…Read More
  • Ink Manufacture 12-22-2013
    Ink manufacturing (Figure 5-10) is complex and requires extensive chemical and printing process knowledge as well as specialized ink manufacturing equipment use…Read More
  • Printing Ink 12-19-2013
    Ink is transferred from a plate or stencil to paper or some other material during the printing process. The ink forms the image on the printed product.Most prin…Read More
  • Paper Handling 12-13-2013
    Not only must paper be handled carefully during shipment but it must able be handled carefully in the plant.Paper must be brought to pressroom temperature befor…Read More
  • Papers 11-27-2013
    Some papers are very adaptable to several applications, while others others are very limited. The next section will briefly discuss the types of paper that are…Read More
  • Kinds, Sizes, And Weights Of Paper 11-22-2013
    Some of the most common printing papers are bond, book, cover, bristol, newsprint, duplicator,
    and mimeograph. User for each of these kinds of paper and inform…Read More
  • Paper Manufacture 11-14-2013
    There are two fundamental steps in papermaking. First, the fibrous raw material, or cellulose, from pulpwood, nonwood fibers, or recycled papers is converted in…Read More
  • Paper Composition 11-12-2013
    Cellulose fiber. The principal raw material for producing paper is cellulose fibers, which are short, threadlike structures. Cellulose fiber is the basic buildi…Read More
  • Making Paper By Hand 11-11-2013
    Making paper by hand is an excellent way to become familiar with the basic procedures of papermaking. Extensive equipment and materials are not required.Equipme…Read More
  • Paper - Paper and Papermaking 11-10-2013
    Many types materials can be printed. Plastic, glass and fabric are just some. However, by far the most important printed material is paper. Paper is needed for…Read More
  • Development and Growth 11-08-2013
    The origin of narrow-web flexography is usually placed in the period immediately after WW ll. At that time, Mark andrews Sr. (1904~1980), the founder of Mark An…Read More
  • Narrow-Web Flexo Presses 11-07-2013
    Narrow-web flexo has most recently been defined as any web width less than 20" (508mm). While this is an arbitrary designation, it will serve as a definition fo…Read More
  • Folding Carton Press 11-06-2013
    Folding cartons have been printed by flexo for many years, but it has only been in the past 10 years that the industry has started using state-of-the-art centra…Read More
  • In-Line Press 11-05-2013
    The in-line press is the third commonly used type of wide-web press. Its color stations are separate, complete units horizontally mounted one to the other, and…Read More
  • The Central Impression Press 11-04-2013
    The central impression press, sometimes called a drum, common impression or CI press, supports all of its color stations around a single steel impression cylind…Read More
  • The Stack Press 11-03-2013
    In the stack press (Figure 4-6), individual color stations (sometimes called sections or decks) are stacked one over the both sides of a main press frame. Each…Read More
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