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Kodak / Creo Lotem 800 VII (2001)
Kodak / Creo Lotem 800 VII (2001)
Category: Computer-to-Plate

Price [EUR]: your offer please
MBO K65/4 KL (1971)
MBO K65/4 KL (1971)
Category: Folders

Price [EUR]: your offer please
Bobst Farma 36 (1978)
Bobst Farma 36 (1978)
Category: Foldingbox - gluing

Price [EUR]: your offer please
Heidelberg PM 74-2P (2006)
Heidelberg PM 74-2P (2006)
Category: 2 Colors

Price [EUR]: your offer please

English glossary of printing

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Term Definition
Rag paper

high quality stationery made from cotton rags.


lines of type that do not start or end at the same position.

Ragged left

Type that is justified to the right margin and the line lengths vary on the left.

Ragged right

Type that is justified to the left margin and the line lengths vary on the right.

Ranged left/right

successive lines of type which are of unequal length and which are aligned at either the right or left hand column.

Raster Image Processor (RIP)

the hardware engine which calculates the bit-mapped image of text and graphics from a series of instructions. It may, or may not, understand a page description language but the end result should, if the device has been properly designed, be the same. Typical RIPs which aren't PDL-based include the Tall Trees JLaser, the LaserMaster and AST's TurboLaser controller. A basic page printer comes with a controller and not a RIP which goes some way to explaining the lack of control


500 sheets of paper.


Right-hand page of an open book.

Reference marks

symbols used in text to direct the reader to a footnote. Eg asterisk (*), dagger, double dagger, section mark ( ), paragraph mark ( ).

Reflective Art

Artwork that must be photographed from light reflected from its surface. Generally used as camera ready art.

Reflective copy

Copy that is not transparent.


To position print in the proper position in relation to the edge of the sheet and to other printing on the same sheet.

Register marks

Cross-hair lines or marks on film, plates, and paper that guide strippers, platemakers, pressmen, and bindery personnel in processing a print order from start to finish.

Register marks

used in colour printing to position the paper correctly. Usually crosses or circles.


the measurement used in typesetting to express quality of output. Measured in dots per inch, the greater the number of dots, the more smoother and cleaner appearance the character/image will have. Currently Page (laser) Printers print at 300, 406 and 600dpi. Typesetting machines print at 1,200 dpi or more.

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