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ECRM 56 (1999)
ECRM 56 (1999)
Category: Others

Price [EUR]: your offer please
Stahl 78-4 (1991)
Stahl 78-4 (1991)
Category: Folders

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Bobst Farma 36 (1978)
Bobst Farma 36 (1978)
Category: Foldingbox - gluing

Price [EUR]: your offer please
Heidelberg CD 102-4 (2005)
Heidelberg CD 102-4 (2005)
Category: 4 Colors

Price [EUR]: your offer please

English glossary of printing

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Term Definition

pictorial images used on screen to indicate utility functions, files, folders or applications software. The icons are generally activated by an on-screen pointer controlled by a mouse or trackball.

Image area

Portion of paper on which ink can appear.


A photographic device that interperets the postscript description of a page through its Raster Image Processor (RIP) to image the graphical data directly onto film.

Imported Graphics

Graphics and photos that are created in one program, such as Adobe Illustrator, and imported into another, such as Quark Xpress, for final output.


refers to the arrangement of pages on a printed sheet, which when the sheet is finally printed on both sides, folded and trimmed, will place the pages in their correct order.


a page description language developed by Imagen and supported by over 60 software products including Crystal, TeX, Superpage and AutoCAD. Almost certainly the first commercially available PDL.


Putting an image on paper.

Impression cylinder

the cylinder of a printing machine which brings the paper into contact with the with the printing plate or blanket cylinder.


the name and place of the publisher and printer required by law if a publication is to be published. Sometimes accompanied by codes indicating the quantity printed, month/year of printing and an internal control number.


Postal information place on a printed product.

Ink fountain

The reservoir on a printing press that hold the ink.


an instruction to the printer for the inclusion of additional copy.


the circuit, or physical connection, which controls the flow of data between a computer and its peripherals.

International paper sizes

the International Standards Organisation (ISO) system of paper sizes is based on a series of three sizes A, B and C. Series A is used for general printing and stationery, Series B for posters and Series C for envelopes.


The computer's way of increasing image resolution by filling in new pixels. The pixels' color or tonal range are based on neighboring pixels.

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