A vacuum device for holding copy and reproduction material in contact during exposure.
Data that changes from page to page in a digital printing operation.
Clear coat applied to an enamel sheet in-line (wet varnish) or in a separate press run after ink has dried. (dry varnish). May be flood-coat for protection or spot varnish for emphasis. Like aqueous coating, varnish is available in gloss and satin finishes. Unlike aqueous coating, varnish does not dry instantaneously. In all cases, except spot varnish, we recommend aqueous coating over varnish.
A thin, protective coating applied to a printed sheet for protection or appearance. Also, in inkmaking it can be all or part of the ink vehicle.
In printing inks, the fluid component which acts as a carrier for the pigment.
A toothy finish which is relatively absorbent for fast ink penetration.
An illustration in the the background fades gradually away until it blends inth the unprinted paper.
In printing inks a broad term excompassing the properties of tack and flow.