Common terms and idioms of post press processing i

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Common terms and idioms for post press processing in printing plants (Part 1)

Book stickers: fold the printed sheets into a stack of multiple pages according to the number order

subscription: refers to the position of the part of the book that should be subscribed

front opening: also known as opening, refers to the reading edge opposite to the folding edge of the set opening

Tiantou: the blank from the top line of the book body to the top edge of the page

anchor: the space from the bottom line of the text of the book to the bottom edge of the page

book back: also known as the back, refers to the flush part of the book that needs to be attached (or bound) after the book is attached. There are round and square backs on the back of hardcover books

title page: a single page with the title of the book, the name of the publisher and the name of the author printed under the lining paper. Some books and periodicals print the lining paper and the title page together and bind them (i.e. bobbin pages), which is called the title lining

Folio: folio is a large format book bound into a volume

cover: also known as cover, outer cover, leather, book cover, etc. (Hardcover is called book case). The cover is wrapped outside the book block, which can protect the book block and decorate books. The cover is divided into two parts: the front cover (cover) and the inside (inside the cover), the first and second covers (front cover), and the third and fourth covers (back cover)

breach: the cut of the book page is damaged after the book block is cut

gluing: the part glued on the book post when the book post is glued with scattered pages. Usually take the last folded crease line as the reference line, and apply glue at the edge of the book according to a certain width

Saw Edge: use a saw blade to cut grooves with a certain depth, width and spacing on the back of the book in the vertical direction with the back of the book, so as to facilitate the adhesion of the adhesive to the page

crease line: the folding line of printed pages during folding processing

back milling: a process in which the back of the book block is milled or milled into a groove shape with a milling cutter or saw knife to facilitate the penetration of glue

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small pages: pages smaller than the cutting size in the book post

shrink post: a book post with either side indented into the book block

post line: after manual sorting, the part of the back paper wider than the thickness of the book block. Or after the book is wrapped, the cover bulges at the connection between the back of the book and the cover or back cover, showing a ridge line

insert: one or more pages that need to be inserted in the book block due to the arrangement of chart layout in books and periodicals

white pages: due to printing accidents, one or both sides of the page are not imprinted

cover: a method of matching pages by covering one book post on the face (or inside) of another book post in order of page number, forming a book block of a book, and then covering the cover on the outermost side of the book block

folding: the working process of folding the printed sheets into books and periodicals in the order of page numbers

page matching: the working process of matching book posts or multiple loose printed pages into books according to the order of page numbers

cover: wrapping paper covered on the cover or book cover, which is often used in exquisite books and classic works

hot melt adhesive: it is an adhesive that is heated and melted for sizing and rapidly solidified at room temperature

cold glue: glue that does not need to be heated during sizing

Book waist: also known as the middle waist. It refers to the connecting part in the middle of the lower and lower Book sealing shells, that is, the middle position between the first and fourth seals

pitch diameter: refers to the distance between the two paperboards of the second and third envelopes in the book envelope

Shenyuan new material 1million ton caprolactam project starts to build the middle seam: refers to the two gaps between the medium diameter paperboard and the book case paperboard

lip: a binding form in which the front edge of the cover of a paperback book is about mm wider than the front edge of the book block, and then the cover is folded inward along the cutting edge of the front edge of the book block

glazing: apply (or spray, print) a layer of colorless transparent paint on the surface of printed matter to protect and increase the gloss of printed matter after drying. This process is called glazing. Generally, the surface of printed matter such as book cover, illustration, wall calendar, trademark decoration, etc. should be polished

lamination: transparent plastic film is pasted to the surface of printed matter through hot pressing to protect and increase gloss

foil ironing: a processing process in which metal foil or pigment foil is transferred to the surface of printed matter or other objects by hot pressing. It is called foil ironing, commonly known as bronzing, and its purpose is to improve the decorative effect

indentation: use steel wire to press out traces or leave groove marks for bending on the paper by embossing

ring lining: the lining paper connecting the book block and the cover

rough book: three uncut book blocks

light book: a book block cut light on three sides

round back: a kind of hardcover. The back of the book is made into a certain arc

plug cloth: a special object pasted on the back of the hardcover book block, the crown and both ends of the foundation

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