A term which may be applied to a single sheet, a grade of paper or description of the paper. Example: coated, offset, etc.
Plain or printed paper in the large flat form before folding.
The pages that have been printed but not yet folded, sewn, or gathered together for binding.
Many printing presses work with sheets of paper, usually in large standard sizes such as 25x40 and 22x35 or, at a quick printer, cut sizes up to 17x22. Multiple project pages are usually printed on each sheet, then cut or folded to produce the end product. Different size sheet-fed printing presses can be used for small jobs such as a ream of resumes or 1000 business cards up to large print jobs such as thousands of brochures or a small magazine run.
Paper cut into basic sizes for printing. to top
The pages which have been printed buy not yet folded, sewn, or gathered together for binding.
The sheet of paper or other material that will be printed. The largest Iris Printers accommodate sheets up to 35" x 47". House papers for this are commonly 35" x 46.75".