I. Pre-printing Work
The early stage of instruction printing generally refers to the photography of the product, the layout and design of the whole instruction style.
II. Proofreading and proofing
The manuscript is printed and proofread first. After confirming that it is correct, the next step is printing proofing. The optional proofing methods are Film proofing, digital proofing and machine proofing. At present, digital proofing is widely used in terms of economy and efficiency. (For details, please browse our website "How to view the difference of printing color between Film proofing, Digital proofing and Soft proofing on computer screen".)
III. Putting together
Making-up is also called making-up plate, which is decided by the opening of the paper and the size of the printing machine. Some specifications with special sizes will waste paper relatively. Therefore, it is suggested that the normal size of the design specifications be better.
IV. Output Printing
Output printing plate is to output printing plate according to the information data of computer graphics and text, that is, to copy pictures and text onto the plate coated with photosensitive material for printing plant as printing plate material.
Printing is to fix the sun-dried plate on the cots of the printer, then adjust the overprint and printing ink, according to the graphic information data of the printed plate to print on the substrate.
6. Processing in the Late Stage of Printing
Common manual printing on the market is often printed out and then bound can be used, of course, to achieve special results can also be printed after processing, it is recommended that the commonly used post-printing processes are: film coating, stamping, UV polish, concave and convex impression, flocking, die cutting, embossing and so on. (For more details, please browse "Common Processing Techniques for Album Printing and Other Prints" on this website.
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