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  • How to classify printed book paper

    How to classify printed book paper Letter paper The letterpress paper uses the main paper for letterpress printing of books and magazines. It is suitable for texts such as important works, scientific books, academic journals and textbooks for colleges and universities. The letterpress paper can be divided into four grades of No. 1, No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 according to the distribution ratio of the paper materials. The number of papers represents the quality of the paper. The larger the number, the...
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  • Organic pigment color film type

    1, nitrocellulose (NC) color film Nitrocellulose (nitrocellulose), light white or light yellow floc, insoluble in water, soluble in organic solvents, ketones, esters, alcohol ethers, nitrogen content is generally 11% to 13%. According to the high and low nitrogen content, the screen printing ink is divided into L type and H type by nitrocellulose, and the nitrogen content ranges from 10.7% to 11.4% and 11.5% to 12.2%, respectively. The nitrocellulose series color film is made of high quality...
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  • Classification and main uses of printing inks

    Classification and main uses of printing inks Depending on the type of solvent used, it can be divided into solvent-based flexographic inks, alcohol-soluble flexographic inks, water-based flexographic inks and UV-curable flexographic inks. The main uses of flexographic printing inks: (1) Solvent-based flexographic inks are mainly used for printing non-absorbent substrate materials, and their interchange is better. Usually the print is dried by volatilization of the solvent in the ink. (2)...
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  • Commonly used book printing technology

    Commonly used book printing technology Books are a must-have for learning. The quality of books has a great impact on people's reading experience. How do books print better? Let's talk about the two mainstream printing methods. 1. Contact Imprinting Contact imprinting is a printing technique that uses pressure-based printing to transfer graphic information on an original to a substrate using a plate or other means. Contact imprinting is also a traditional method of printing. It uses ink or...
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  • Pick up the book and start by dropping the phone

    Nowadays, many people are more and more inseparable from mobile phones. They watch mobile phones in class, eat mobile phones, watch mobile phones by car, watch mobile phones before going to bed, and they will sit on the phone when they try not to use them. The mobile phone is no longer a small iron box, or an electronic opium that can control our physiology. Ask yourself, because you can't put down your phone again and again, how many flags did you break the night before? Before going to bed, you...
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  • What are the commonly used printing papers? Printing paper basics

    What are the commonly used printing papers? Printing paper basics After the invention of papermaking in 105 AD, papermaking was spread from Henan to other areas with developed economic and cultural properties. Cai Lun was sealed to Longting Hou in Yangxian, Shaanxi Province, and papermaking was transmitted to Hanzhong and gradually spread to Sichuan. In the processing and manufacturing technology, the lye cooking and crucible are strengthened, the quality of the paper is improved, and processed...
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  • Book won’t die, it’s a living history

    Thinking of the history of the book, paying attention to the readers of modern history in Europe and America, will unexpectedly think of the birth of the printed book by Lucien Febvre and Henri-Jean Martin. These two French chronological historiography The masters show the development of printed books in European countries since the Renaissance. The books are all read, so the development of books is actually far more than printing, even more than paper. Turning on Martin Lanes's "The Evolution...
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  • Analysis of the printing process in book design

    For many of our graphic design enthusiasts, there may be a disconnect between the design process and the binding. For graphic designer Kristine Kawakubo, the art of hand-binding is at the heart of the design process from conception to completion. The experiment is Kristine's exquisite handmade books. The key is because the type and image interact to create a unique piece. Speaking of it is very good, she discussed "when you really experience the entire book making process, you will be inspired...
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