Learn the lingo of pressmen around the world
It is a condition in wet printing in lithography and letterpress when less ink is transferred to previously printed ink on a paper, compared to an unprinted paper.
A station on a gathering line. It also refers to cloth, paper, vinyl, or any material which is made into a pocket (with a gusset or without one) and attached...
A printing condition where there is a loss of dot reproduction. Here, the dots are not visible.
It is a letterpress used during the printing process. Throughout this process, the paper and the printing form lie flat on this letterpress.
It is made up of a flatbed which is used for the printing form and a flat plate which is used to apply pressure on the printing form.
This mostly affects offset plates whose image area or copper plate has a high tendency to chip off. In plate flaking, the chip begins to move into the inked plate,...