A gloss range between high gloss and eggshell.
Semi-fine stock is paper with a mechanical woodpulp content of more than 5 percent. The term is usually reserved for uncoated papers; coated stock is more often designated slightly mechanical.
A display or merchandising aid that gives the retailer or salesperson benefits over and above the advertisers goal.
A combination of chemical and mechanical pulp with properties similar to chemical pulp.
Customers select items from open displays and take them to the register for purchase.
A display offering a premium at a price that makes the offer entirely customer-supported.
A P-O-P advertising unit that the retailer pays for in whole or in part.
Paper that allows writing to be copied onto several sheets of paper without carbon paper having to be placed between them. This type of paper is mainly used in the …
A display containing, merchandise organized in such a way that the customer may readily select color, size, style, etc.
Fastener which is machined with interference threads or which has a nylon insert or other locking mechanism to securely hold mating fasteners in high torque or vibration applications.
Part designed to be self-locating into proper position to another part with the use of built-in locators.
A cover of the same paper as inside text pages.
Hole or slot pattern over a specific portion of a workpiece, normally used for ventilation purposes.
The term selective binding describes the personalized production of bound print products from a selection of components. Selective binding can be used, for example, to produce different versions of catalogs …
Same as split die.
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