Properties that affect an ink's ability to run on press.
Paper properties that affect the ability of the paper to run on the printing press.
paper runnability refers to the characteristics of a paper which affect its own production, printing or converting. Print runnability refers to the characteristics of the paper which allows it to be run through a press without causing operating difficulties or slowdown
The ability of a paper and board to perform and run through a printing press or on converting machinery without problems.
Each grade of paper behaves differently on press. A paper's ability to absorb ink uniformly (absorbency), printed ink gloss (holdout), dimensional stability, and surface texture are all important factors to consider when preparing your design. For example, a paper with excellent opacity will present crisp, full-color images without 'showing through' on the back of the sheet, and can provide more flexibility when designing and laying out the printer's form.
Paper's performance on a press and its ability to withstand the stresses of a running press unaltered. Not the same as printability.
The ability of an embossing process (or any other process) to run smoothly, without interruption, and with a minimum of attention from the machine operator or from the maintenance department. Bottom
Paper properties which effect the ability of the paper to run on the press such as a too high or low humidity content.
Paper qualities (strength, dimensional stability, cleanliness, and surface integrity) that determine how well a sheet performs on the press.
The ease with which a paper moves through a printing press. This is primarily determined by the paper's strength, tear resistance, dimensional stability, bonding strength and water resistance.
The ability of a paper or board to perform on a printing press without problems.
A paper's capability to be transported trouble-free from the roll stand or feeder of a printing press or converting machine to the delivery Runner boards (used to prevent rolls/skids from shifting in transit.)
The properties of paper that affect its ability to run on press.