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Each process is assigned a group of process classes. Primary processes take unshaped material (liquid metal, a powder or a solid ingot) and give it shape. Thus casting processes are …
Part of display for private or exclusive use of retailer.
This term denotes a work process where instead of producing a large print run of a specific product, smaller partial print runs are printed on demand, sometimes only a few …
Assembly of fountain, rollers and cylinders that will print one ink color.
In flexography, a rubber or soft plastic material that carries an image to be printed.
The plates?usually metal?used for reproducing images in letterpress printing. Halftone etchings were made for contone originals (photos), and line etchings were produced for line art (drawings).
The property of a substrate that yields good quality printed matter which is related to ink receptivity, uniformity, smoothness, gloss, and opacity.
A term describing the visual impression of a printed piece. In paper, the properties of the paper that affect its appearance and the quality of reproduction.
Metal products, such as sheet and plate, of the highest quality and free from visible surface defects.
Any coil produced by the line that is not held for any out-of-spec or quality reasons.
The raw materials for paper manufacture, removed from virgin forest products by mechanical means (woodpulp) or a chemical process (chemical pulp).
The basic colors of a color system, which are used to mix all other renderable color tones. The primary colors are cyan, magenta and yellow (black functions only as an …
occurs when a retailer underprices the competition, which can create a cycle of two or more retailers lowering prices in turn to undercut the other.
A sign carrying a price.
Item Price Marking is a policy where prices are marked on individual pieces of merchandise.
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This month's featured member is Brown-Forman and their Group Manager for Channel and Customer Sales Promotion Jason Cross
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