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The operation of making a small series of holes on sheets of a printed product so the printed piece (such as a ticket stub) may be removed is _____________.
a) fanning b) jogging c) perforating d) scoring
Placing a crease in a sheet of thick paper or cardboard to aid in folding is referred to as _____________.
a) fanning b) jogging c) perforating d) scoring
A letterpress that uses pressure and heat to make permanent images on objects with gold, silver, or colored foil is called _____________.
a) die cutting b) foil embossing c) foil stamping d) thermography
What happens to a job after it is printed?
a) cutting, collating, and shipping b) cutting, binding, and shipping c) finishing, binding, and distribution d) finishing, cutting, and distribution
One of the two basic folds, used to create all other folds, is______________.
a) accordion b) french c) letter d) right-angle
Placing individual signatures in the correct sequence is called ______________.
a) binding b) distributing c) finishing d) gathering
_____________ is the finishing operation used for creating a three-dimensional image on a printed product.
a) die cutting b) embossing c) punching d) scoring
_____________ is the term used to describe all operations performed on printed materials beginning at the delivery end of the printing press until the final shipment.
a) binding b) distributing c) finishing d) gathering
is a sewing method that uses wires or staples inserted on the fold line of the sheets to bind the pages together.
a) burst binding b) case binding c) comb binding d) saddle stitching
________________ is a mechanical binding method in which pages are bound together with a strip of solid plastic with curved teeth or prongs extending out of it.
a) burst binding b) case binding c) comb binding d) saddle stitching
________________a form of perfect binding used on reference books and some textbooks in which the spine of the book body is notched or perforated and a high-strength adhesive is applied under pressure.
a) burst binding b) case binding c) comb binding d) saddle stitching
_____________  a finishing operation that uses a sharp steel rule or knife to cut a specific pattern into a substrate or cut the substrate into a specific pattern.
a) debossing b) die cutting c) embossing d) foil stamping
Placing individual sheets or signatures in the correct sequence is called _____________.
a) gathering b) numbering c) perforating d) scoring
Paper is folded using two folds. The sheet is folded into three nearly equal sections. Two folds create two outer panels folded in over the third center panel. The folds are parallel to each other, creating the letter Z. What type of fold is it?
a) accordion fold b) french fold c) letter fold d) single fold
__________________ the operation in which rectangular or specially shaped holes are cut in paper to accommodate plastic and spiral bindings.
a) padding b) punching c) slotting d) tipping
__________________is a form of perfect binding in which a flexible adhesive is used to hold the sheets together and allow easy removal.
a) padding b) punching c) slotting d) tipping
_____________  the process of imprinting tickets, checks, certificates, or other items with consecutive figures.
a) gathering b) numbering c) perforating d) scoring
______________ which means not connected to the press.
a) in-line b) near-line c) off-line d) unattached
______________is performed to booklets, magazines, or other publications after they have been bound. It’s purpose is to remove a small, predetermined amount of paper from the three outside edges of the bound product.
a) gathering b) inserting c) trimming d) scoring
______________ which means while connected to the press in a continuous operation.
a) in-line b) off-line c) near-line d) attached
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