Printing has penetrated into every aspect of our lives, and printing and our lives are closely related. Although this is a highly professional industry, but knowing the following small knowledge, it is half a foot into the printing gate. It is.
1. What is the big version?
The imposition version is a combination of imposition pages into a plate layout that can be used by the printing press. There are two traditional ways to enlarge the layout. One is to use a large version of the manual version, and the other is to use the group version software to fold the hand.
2. What issues should I consider when I am working on a large version?
Factors that should be considered during imposition include the maximum area that the printer can print and the size of the paper used. Since the general printing machine has room for design, the printable surface is larger than the paper size, so the most important thing is to consider the paper size and the size of the bite.
3. What are the commonly used printing papers?
Commonly used printing papers include letterpress printing paper, newsprint paper, offset printing paper, copper paper, book paper, dictionary paper, copy paper, board paper, and the like.
4. What kind of printing is used for letterpress printing paper?
The letterpress printing paper is referred to as the letterpress paper, and the product packaging form has two types of reel and flat. The relief paper is from 50 grams to 80 grams per square meter. The article number is divided into three types: special number, number one, and second number. Special number, No. 1 letterpress paper is used for printing advanced books, and No. 2 letterpress paper is mainly used for printing general books, textbooks, etc.
5. What kind of printing is used for newsprint?
Newsprint, also known as white paper, is available in rolls and lithographs. Newsprint is about 50 grams, mainly used for printing newspapers and periodicals.
6. What is the printing of offset printing paper?
Offset printing paper is referred to as offset paper, and the amount is from 6 to 180 grams. There are two types of double-sided offset paper and single-sided offset paper. Among them, double-sided offset paper 70 to 120 grams is the most widely used. Double and single-sided offset papers have special numbers, No. 1 and No. 2. Special No. 1 double-sided offset paper is used for printing advanced color offset printing products; No. 2 double-sided offset printing paper is used for printing general color printing; single-sided offset printing paper is mainly used for printing posters.
7. What kind of printing is used for coated paper?
The copper paper is coated with a coating liquid on the base paper and is supercalendered. Quantitatively 90 to 250 grams, there are two types of double-sided coated paper and single-sided coated paper. The article number has three types: special number, number one, and two number. Special coated paper is used to print 150 grams of fine products with Internet cable; No. 1 coated paper is used to print 120-150 grams of wire; and No. 2 coated paper is used to print products below 120 grams.
8. What kind of printing is the cover paper used for?
The book paper is quantitatively 80-120 grams, which is mainly used for the cover of books. The cover paper is available in a variety of colors to accommodate the need to print a variety of different covers.
9. What is the printing of dictionary paper?
The dictionary paper is divided into two types, No. 2 and No. 2, and the quantity is 25 to 50 grams. It is mainly used for printing dictionaries and manuals. The dictionary paper is highly hygroscopic and wrinkles when it is slightly damp.
10. What kind of printing is used for copy paper?
Copy paper is mainly used for printing multiple orders, suitable for copying and typing. Since the copy paper is translucent, it is mainly used for binding a page with a portrait page in book printing.
11. What kind of printing is used for the board?
Papers with a basis weight of 250 g/m2 or more are called board paper, or cardboard. The board can be used to make cover paper for hardcover book covers and to make hardcover books, envelope pressboards for book covers, and paper boxes.
12. What is the composition of the ink?
The ink consists of colorants, pigments, dyes, binders, and auxiliaries. The colorant is the main body of the ink and is a coloring object. The color of the image is reproduced by the colorant. It is generally solid and granulated. The binder is a fluid substance used to disperse the colorant. Additives are added to improve the properties of the ink. The ink forms a uniform, stable fluid system that can be smoothly transferred to the substrate during printing.
13. How to identify the color of the ink?
To identify the color of the ink, it is necessary to see whether the C, M, and Y hue of the ink of the printing factory are standard, whether the color is vivid, and whether the color of the R, G, and B printed by the ink is the standard color.
14. What kind of ink can be divided into colors according to color?
The ink can be divided into primary inks and spot inks. Primary color inks are the most commonly used, with three primary colors C, M, Y, and K, which are used in sets to print continuous-tone color originals. Spot color inks come in many colors, such as gold, silver, red, brown, and so on.
I hope that through these few tips, you can help you deepen your understanding of the printing industry. No matter now or in the future, there is a potential for dealing with the printing industry in any industry. I hope that these little knowledge will help you then. .