2 edition of Glossary of papermaking terms found in the catalog.
Glossary of papermaking terms
|Statement||by Trisha Garlock.|
|LC Classifications||TS1085 .G37 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||84151126|
LBI Standard, Glossary, pg. Footnotes: A supporting piece of information formatted as links in an ebook. Copyboard Surface or frame on a process camera that holds copy in position to be photographed. Glossaries are normally organized in alphabetical order.
Board is a general term used for pasteboard, millboard, strawboard, etc. Creep Phenomenon of middle pages of a folded signature extending slightly beyond outside pages. Fixed Layout: A special type of ebook that preserves page design. Also called cloth bind, edition bind, hard bind and hard cover. Broadside A single sheet of paper usually printed on one side only. New Castle: Oak Knoll Press,
See also: List of glossaries and Dictionary A Glossary of Islamic Legal Terminology A glossary, also known as a vocabulary or clavis, is an alphabetical list of terms in a particular domain of knowledge with the definitions for those terms. Matte Lamination: Laminate is a thin piece of plastic that coats the cover of your book. FEEL Evaluation of paper surface finish by sense of touch. Color Blanks Press sheets printed with photos or illustrations, but without type. Also called cover boards, or book boards. Share this Post:.
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Super is usually the first spine lining, and the second lining is a strip of light weight paper, called a paper lining. Japanese Tissue is a soft, strong, slightly transparent, long-fibered, and absorbent paper made from the fibers of a variety of plants common to Japan, especially the mulberry.
Also called spine, backbone, back backstrip, and shelfback. Gloss Lamination: Laminate is a thin piece of plastic that coats the Glossary of papermaking terms book of your book.
Bowed A condition of the covers or boards of a hardcover book. Landscape: A term used to describe the orientation of a book, where the book is wider than it is tall e. Endpapers The papers glued to the inside cover of a hardback book are called endpapers. These repeated elements are known as "forme work.
Textblock Spine is the Glossary of papermaking terms book or folded edges of a group of sewn sections or the glued back edge of a block of leaves of an adhesvie binding. Cutting Machine A machine that cuts stacks of paper to desired sizes. Colophon An identifying inscription or emblem from the printer or publisher appearing at the end of a book.
Whip Stitching In preparation for whip stitchingholes are usually punched along the binding edge of a text block. A thin, woven cloth like muslin that has been dyed, filled, impregnated or coated with some compound, and subjected to heat and pressure.
You probably didn't know there was a name for that. Embossing: A special treatment used to raise a portion of a book cover. It is known as perfo- burst, or perfopunch binding. Casing is the process of applying adhesive to the outermost endpapers of a text block and fitting the text block into its case.
Collating Marks Mostly in the book arena, specific marks on the back of signatures indicating exact position in the collating stage. Saddle Stitch: A binding method commonly used for booklets that typically uses staples instead of actual stitching in the gutter where the book folds to bind the book together.
Covers bound-in The original cloth covers, usually including the spine, bound into the book when a new binding is made.the craft of making paper.
Whether you're a student, an educator, or a lifelong learner, tjarrodbonta.com can put you on the path to systematic vocabulary improvement. FAIR A book in very worn condition, but all of its important parts and dust jacket (if one was issued) must be present.
May be soiled with tears, endpapers missing, etc. Such defects must be noted in descriptions. Also see our page of descriptive terms.
FINE (F) A book that has no defects in book or jacket, but not as crisp as it was when new. An encyclopedia of the book; terms used in paper-making, Glossary of papermaking terms book, bookbinding and publishing Item PreviewPages: I’ve pdf racing through Sidney E. Berger’s The Dictionary of the Book: A Glossary for Book Collectors, Booksellers, Librarians, and Others from cover to cover as if it was one of those unputdownable, page-turning blockbusters.
This lively, wide-ranging, finely detailed glossary is high entertainment for bibliophiles of every stripe.Book Printing Glossary. Below you'll find a list of terms and their definitions to common book printing terms.
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