tag stock –
Designed to be used for such items as baggage tags and store item tags. Also used for general printing purposes.
tearing strength –
Tear is the amount of work required to tear paper through a fixed distance after the tear is started.
tensile strength –
text papers –
High quality printing papers available in a multiplicity of colors and finishes. Although there are “text” papers with plain finishes, the use of the word “text” is linked to characteristic textured finishes.
In reference to paper, measurement in thousandths of an inch.
A notched opening to allow easy access to contents.
ticket bristol –
Any bristol used for ticket purposes. It is usually made from mechanical fibers and/or wastepaper.
The rough surfaced finish of papers such as vellum or antique which accepts ink readily. total density
The total amount of printing dot in a given area on a press sheet or on separation films. The term is misleading, because the total amount of printing dot should not be specified as a density. The correct term is total printing dot.
Trapping, Multicolor Ink
1) Can be caused by the second-down ink being tackier than the first-down ink. To correct, the tacks of the ink must be adjusted for multicolor printing. Consult with the ink manufacturer about tack-rated inks. 2) Can be caused by inks with improperly balanced color strengths. To correct, consult with the ink manufacturer or supplier about inks with balanced color strengths for running on multicolor presses.