2 edition of Glossary of screen printing. found in the catalog.
Glossary of screen printing.
Screen Printing Association International. Vocational and Educational Development Committee.
in [Falls Church, Va
Written in English
|LC Classifications||TT273 .S32 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||74166418|
Screen printing: Method of printing by forcing ink through a mesh stencil. Screen ruling: The number of rows or lines of dots per inch in a screen for tint or halftone. Screen tint: Area of image printed . Screen: The complete printing unit made of tightened mesh attached to a stable frame. Screen printing: The act of printing with a screen, stencil, and squeegee onto a substrate. Scumming: A .
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(1) Different images, such as advertisements, printed in different editions of a publication. (2) Printing of a book that has some copies bound one way and other copies bound another way.
Spoilage; Paper that, due to mistakes or accidents, must be thrown away instead of delivered printed. Manual Press – A screen printer that is operated by hand.
Mesh – The woven material stretched across the screen printing frame. Mesh Count – The amount of threads of mesh that cross per square inch. Automatic Press: A screen printing press in which the printing and the operation of the machine is accomplished through the use of electric servos and hydraulics.
An automatic screen printing press has a much higher production rate than a manual press and will typically produce a higher quality print result.
B Back Clamps: Also know as rear clamps. A clamping system on a screen printing press in which the screen. Get this from a library.
Glossary of screen printing. [Screen Printing Association International. Vocational and Educational Development Committee.]. This is a general glossary of screen printing terms used in our YouTube informational videos.
Here you will find definitions for the screen printing terminology used in the videos and articles on this website. You can find the fabric glossary here. Read screen printing. Below you'll find a Glossary of screen printing. book of terms and their definitions to common book printing terms.
1/1: The book’s interior will only be printed in black ink, with one "color" (black) on both sides of the page. 4/4: The book’s interior will be printed. The world of print design can be a confusing one for those coming from other design disciplines, not least because of all the unfamiliar printing terms and concepts that have evolved gradually over the hundreds of years along with the art and science of printing.
But getting your head around it is vital if you're to ensure your designs look the same on paper as they do on screen.
The order in which process inks are printed on a printing press. Also called the color rotation or laydown sequence. Color shift. Change in the perceived color of elements on a printed piece caused by.
RGB is used for screen displays and creates colors through a combination of red, green and blue pixels. Materials prepared for printing usually need to be in the CMYK color space. Colophon—A notice, usually at the end of a book. Stan Schwartz supplied most of the printing and finishing terms of this online glossary.
I added the publishing and computer related terminology. Click a letter to go to that page. This dictionary covers graphic design, prepress and print terminology Click a letter to see more layout, printing and binding terms of this glossary.
Book Paper Types of paper usually used for printing books. Book paper text weight and is divided into uncoated or offset paper, and coated paper, which includes matte or gloss coating. Bounce Inconsistent positioning of the printed image on the sheets of paper as they travel through a printing File Size: KB.
This glossary includes all the technical and business terms in the book, Getting it Printed, © by Mark Beach. Newsletter Our monthly newsletter, Printing & Design Tips is emailed to subscribers.
The YTD team updated this glossary of graphic design terms for design newbies and experienced artists alike. Gutter In book production, the white space formed by the inner margins of a spread near the books spine. Screen Printing Technique of printing. Screen density is expressed as percent of ink coverage.
Screen ruling – Number of rows or lines of dots per inch or centimeter in a screen for making a screen tint or halftone.
Also called line count, ruling, screen frequency, screen size and screen value. Screen tint – Color created by dots instead of solid ink coverage. Also called Benday, fill pattern, screen.
A printing process by which ink is applied to a surface by forcing it through a fine mesh screen made of silk or a synthetic substitute. Screen printing uses silk or other fabric stretched tightly over a frame. Images are created by blocking parts of the screen.
Screen printing Rasterising (screening) Secondary (ghost) image Security thread See-through register This glossary is intended to assist the reader with terms that appear within PRADO; it does NOT Binding is the act of combining single sheets to form a book.
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This "how-to" book by Ryan Moor, founder of Ryonet, leading screen printing 5/5(7). gripper - A clamp-like device which grabs the front of the press sheet and pulls it through the press.
Also refers to the edge of the press sheet which leaves the press first. halftone - Converting a continuous tone to dots for printing.
Click here for an illustration. hard copy - The output of a computer printer. Screen Printing Today: The Basics replaces outdated screen printing instruction manuals. Mixing basic principles with modern materials, methods and systems, this new book will bring your screen printing efforts into the 21st century.
Concise, complete and illustrated with over how-to-do-it color photos and diagrams, this book /5(17). Glossary of screenprinting terms Acrylic printing medium: To be mixed with ink at a 50/50 ratio to loosen the ink enabling it to be pulled through the screen.
Coating trough: An aluminium trough used to spread emulsion evenly when coating the screen. Emulsion: A light sensitive photo emulsion that the screen .real screen prints. And Professor John Davi-son provided many insights into inks that proved crucial to understanding how to push the limits of resolution to 50µm and below.
For simplicity the book talks in the language of flat-bed screen printing File Size: 3MB.This book gives a clear and complete picture of every aspect of press operation and silk screen technique — from individually operated manual presses to modern automatic presses capable of /5(17).