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A vacuum device used in platemaking that holds material during exposure.
A publisher who charges the author to print the author's book, also called a subsidy press.
A thin, clear coating applied to a printed piece for protection or special effect.
Graphics defined by groups of lines, circles, text, and other objects, as opposed to bitmapped graphics, which are defined by pixels. Also called object-oriented graphics.
The fluid component of a printing ink that carries the pigment.
A toothy paper finish that absorbs ink quickly.
An inexpensive method of binding that uses fused plastic.
A photographic print made from a screen negative.
A supplier of goods or services, such as a printer or a service bureau.
The left-hand page of a publication.
An illustration in which the background fades gradually away.
The properties of tack and flow in printing inks.
Virtual Reality Modeling Language. A computer language used on the World Wide Web for creating three-dimentional programs.