Primary Match Solution
Print Monitoring System
Pantone Media Selection
Pantone Matching System
A crease put on paper to help it fold better.
Folded edges of the media
A cleaner pad used to clean the press
Joint Document Format
Job Definition Format
Jarred Design Flaw
Job Design Form
Where the Author signs
The front page of the printed book
The back page of the printed book
Printed pages which when folded become a part of a book.
The name of a type of presses that print from rolls of paper
Software solution for printing web pages
A press that uses a mesh like web to form the image on the press cylinder
A press that prints two color in a single pass
A press operator who is a rookie
A rough layout of a printed piece showing position and finisher size
Someone who sets up the press for long runs
A press operator that is in charge of cleaning the press
A plastic coil that holds the book together
The art of creating a book with folding covers
Method of binding perfect bound books so they stay open and lay flatter
Special glue that prevents the book from coming apart
Printed lines showing the center registration point on the page
Printed lines showing where to trim a printed sheet of paper.
My dog makes them every day.
Printed lines that help the press operator guide the media on the print cyclinder
Variable Design Platform
Very Decent Proof
Variable Data Processing
Variable Data Printing
A system of named color swatches that can be matched on press using spot colors or approximated using process colors. PANTONE and TruMatch are examples of custom color systems.
A feature that maintains the best possible translation of color from one color device to another.
A user-defined page size used for printing. Custom sizes are defined in the printer driver.
A photographic image that contains gradient tones from black to white (such as a 35mm transparency or a photograph).
Both the saturation and lightness of product color.
Visible steps between shades in a color gradient.
A visible defect in an image, usually caused by limitations in the input or output process(hardware or software); a blemish or error.
An undesirable effect that occurs when excess amounts of toner, possibly combined with certain types of paper stock, cause objects in an image to spread beyond the boundaries defined in the file.