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In printing, lines of type set without spacing between them.
A solid board made by laminating two or more plies of containerboard.
In printing, any area of the sheet receiving 100 percent ink coverage as compared to a screen tint.
The set of instructions that control the operations of a computer.
A term generally applied to the fabrication of metal parts using computer controlled technology incorporating CNC turret presses, laser profilers and press brakes.
A proof using an image on a computer as distinguished from a hard proof which is printed on paper or other substrate.
A partially assembled propack style display that may be opened to accept product on production/packing line. Commonly used where a production environment does not lend itself to assembling display components. …
Descriptive of the consistency of paste inks.
A display which uses odor to attract attention to enhance the product.
An extra incentive used to stimulate consumer purchase of a special product.
(Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) Internet term, the basic programming language of the Internet_s e-mail functions.
The texture of the surface of a substrate compared to that of a perfect surface such as glass.
The oldest known cobalt pigment. First used around the middle of the 16th Century. The less intense forerunner of cobalt blue was deep blue colored cobalt glass. The color of …
Upper-case letters with a size equal to the basic height of lower-case letters of the type size currently being used. Small caps are used to emphasize individual words in the …
Passage ways for slugs to fall out of trim and pierce dies. Slug marks in draw and form dies.
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