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. What would you like to do?
What are three types of Software?
- Image Editing
- Page Layout
What is a Serrif Font?
What type of font is used for body type?
Describe a san-serif font
How large should display point be?
14 or larger
What size should Body type be?
12 point or lower
What is the baseline?
The line that text lies on
What is leading?
the space between lines of text
What is a point
The height of text
what is the x height of text
the height of text minus tails
How many points in an inch?
What is kerning?
Spacing between letters
What has a larger file size, a bitmap or a vector?
Describe a vector image
Contains points, lines, curves and mathmatical formulas
Who developed papyrus?
Who developed the alphabet?
Who developed movable type?
Who developed the letterpress?
What is another word for the letterpress?
What was the first press?
Modified wine press
Who was the inventor of lithography?
Is the letterpress right reading or wrong reading?
Who invented photography?
What are three ways to generate a pixel image?
- take a picture
- image editing software
How many colors are in a 1 bit image?
How many colors are in an 8 bit image
- 256 colors
- photoshop grayscale
What is a 24 bit image?
When do you use CMYK colors
What are three aspects of a digital image?
- Bit Depth
How many ppi and lpi for print quality?
What does lpi stand for?
lines per inch
What is lpi
lines of half tone dots
What is a monitor resolution
What type of file format is used for print format
What does tiff stand for
Tagged image file format
Is a tiff file lossless or lossey
When do you use an eps
what does eps stand for
encapsulated postal script
describe the speed of screen printing
slowest production speeds
describe screen printing
- low resolution
- think ink film
- think pastey ink
What are two types of imulsion?
direct and indirect
What do you use plastisol on?
Name two types of image sensors
What is the purpose of an image sensor
converts image to electronic signal
How are camera and scanner images saved?
What type of zoom do you use on a camera?
Optical zoom and not digital zoom
How does a lithographic plate work?
Image area repels water, non-image area repels ink
What is a lithographic plate also known as?
describe the surface of a lithographic plate
What is the five step process of offset printing?
Top to Bottom list the three cylinders in the printing system
What can a perfecting press do?
BOPI had one
Print both front and back
True or false
Line art contains dots
- it is contained of lines and fills
What is a continuous tone image?
chemically produced photography
what is morei?
Pattern seen in printing and in nature
What does RIP stand for?
Raster Image Processor
What is the purpose of a RIP?
Reads Post Script Language
What does IRS stand for?
Interpret Rasterize Screen
What is IRS
the way RIP is read
What is an imposistion?
Laying out multiple prints on one page
what is the purpose of a trap
Overlap the white for cutting errors
What does an image setter do?
What is CTP
Computer to Plates
What type of cutter do we use?
Where do you make the first cut?
Opposite of the gripper and side guide because it is the truest corner
What is the most common folder in the industry?
Buckle Plate Folder
What are the two types of folds
inline and right angle
What are two types of binding
gathered and stacked
What type of binding is saddle stitching
What are four types of binding?
- Saddle Stitching
What would you like to do?
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