Collating Marks Mostly in the book arena, specific marks on the back of signatures indicating exact position in the collating stage. The difference happens in the papermaking process.
It can be folded to show how the finished printed product will look. Beater Sized Process of adding sizing material to the pulp in the beater. Bursting Strength The point to which paper can withstand pressure without rupturing. Chalking Improper drying of ink. Bleed 1 In printing, printed image that runs off the edges of a page.
Also referred to as a localized watermark. Grain Paper fibers lie in a similar direction in a sheet of paper. Crop marks Small printed lines around the edges of a printed piece indicating where it is to be cut out of the sheet.
Fifth Color An ink color added to a printed piece in addition to the standard cyan, magenta, yellow and black used in 4 color process printing.