A clear resin/solvent coating, usually glossy, applied to a printed sheet for protection or appearance.
Paper with a pattern of parallel lines at equal distances, giving a ribbed effect.
A plastic film bonded by heat and pressure to a printed sheeet for protection or appearance.
LAN - Local Area Network
Communication lin k in a localized area such as an office, building, complex of buildings or campus, with technology that provides a high-bandwidth, low-cost medium to which many computer nodes can be connected.
Laser - Light Amplification By Simulated Emission Of Radiation
The laser is an intense light beam with very narrow bandwodth used in digital-imaging devices to produce images by electronic impulses from computers or facsimile transmission.
The drawing or sketch of a proposed printed piece.
Rows of dashes or dots to guide the eye across the page. Used in Tabular work , programs, tables of contents, etc.
The distance between lines of type measured in points.
Light Emitting Diodes that are used in place of lasers for some output systems.
A grade of business paper generally used for keeping records where it is subjected to appreciable wear so it requires a high degree of durablilty and permanence.
A process that prints from a raised surface; letterpresses can also be used to number, score, perforate, foil stamp, emboss and die cut.
The placing of additional spacing between each letter of a word.
Any copy suitable for reproduction without using a halftone screen.
The material used to remove the unexposed coating on a plate.
The name of a company or product in a special design used as a trademark in advertising.
An ink that has good flow on ink rollers of a press. If the ink is too long, it breaks up into filaments on the press, and causes flying as on a newspaper press.
The small letters in type, as distinguished from the capital letters.