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  • A paper processing stage in the print process where male and female dies are used to generate an impression in the paper under high pressure. Embossing with raised motifs is known as high embossing and embossing with sunken motifs as deep embossing. There are also multi-stage embossing procedures where the motif has different levels, and relief embossing, which creates a spatial effect with three-...

  • Coatings manufactured on the basis of water that dry relatively quickly, are odor-free and do not yellow. Water-based coatings are mainly applied using coating units, though in some cases they are also applied using a press inking unit. The layer thickness of the coating can reach 3 µm. Water-based coatings are not as glossy as UV coatings.

  • This is the process of producing color through the addition of different colors of light. Computer and television screens use thousands of red, green, and blue phosphor dots, which are so small and close together that the human eye cannot see them individually. Instead, the eye sees the colors formed by the mixture of light.

  • The international paper size standard, ISO 216, is based on the German DIN 476 standard for paper sizes. ISO paper sizes are all based on a single aspect ratioof square root of 2, or approximately 1:1.4142. The base A0 size of paper is defined to have an area of 1 m2. Rounded to millimetres, the A0 paper size is 841 by 1,189 millimetres (33.1 in × 46.8 in).Successive paper sizes in the series A1, ...

  • Computer-to-Plate (CtP) is the world's leading technology for enhancing the pressroom's productivity and efficiency. The performance of the press and above all of the platesetter plays a decisive role. Outstanding quality and absolute reliability - to deliver optimal performance when in continuous use and to contribute to the print shop's economic success, a platesetter must be well prepared to co...