A thin reproduction of the outside surface of a part detail, or model. Normally made of fiberglass and/or a plastic material. Used for spotting, machining, etc.
A platform support for a pile of cut sheets that facilitates shipping and handling by fork lift trucks.
The term skeleton black is used for the black color separation of a 4c color set when it enhances only contrast and details in the darkest regions of the image …
The process of applying a material on a surface in order to fill pores and thus reduce the absorption of the subsequently applied adhesive or coating, or to otherwise modify …
A water resisting material added to paper during paper making or also an ink that dries sticky to hold metallic powders.
A brand name of extruded sheets of PVC (poly vinyl chloride).
In welding, a dimple on the surface of stock caused by shrinking of the weld during cooling.
an indentation on the surface of the part as a result of significant local change in wall section. The mark will occur in the thicker area.
A dimple-like depression with well-rounded edges, in the surface of a part where it has retracted from the mold.
A forming press that operates with a single function, such as moving a punch into a die with no simultaneous action for holding down the clank or ejecting the formed …
A form die that has no blank holder action since it is used with a single-action press without the use of a draw cushion.
Also known as double face. The structure formed by one corrugated inner member glued between two flat facings.
The structure formed by one corrugated member glued to one flat facing.
A foil used extensively in combination with cardboard to produce interesting optical and attention-getting effects. Silver-colored foil can be rendered in any color with dye or can be purchased in …
Same as screen process; use of silk is outdated. See Screen Process.
Las Vegas Strip Retail Tour
Get twice weekly updates about the latest news, insights & trends
Lost your password?