An International Standards Organisation range of Paper Sizes.
To print on the reverse side of a printed sheet.
Solid, compressed stack of pulp or paper sheets.
Methods of securing the leaves of a book or brochure.
Paper coated by a process in which the freshly applied wet coating is smoothed and the excess removed by a thin, flexible metal blade.
The cylinder on a lithographic printing press which is covered with a rubber blanket that conveys the image from a plate to a sheet of paper.
A chemical treatment used to whiten, brighten and improve paper pulp prior to papermaking. Until recently chlorine gas (elemental chlorine EC) was used now much less harsh methods are used including use of hydrogen peroxide. This has led to the identification as papers which are ECF (elemental chlorine free) or TCF (totally chlorine free) as most paper mills are no longer big emitters of chlorine it is not such a big problem - attention has focussed on the mill's energy use.
The part of an image that extends beyond the Trim Marks on a page.
A logo, text or design which has been relief stamped into a sheet of paper or board.
Paper weight beyond a certain weight usually over 170gsm
A black and white proof on photographic paper.
The substance, feel and thickness of a paper.
Paper which seems to be thick in relation to its weight.