Technique that consists in cutting the margins in order to make the sheets even.
cutting down to the desired size or shape
Cleaning of page edges by cutting off using hand or powered guillotine
cutting a printed piece to final size.
Sawing off unwanted scrap elements of a work piece, such as the sprue of a casting, to make a usable part.
Cutting paper after printing to make all sheets the same or a specified size.
Cutting sheets after the job has been printed to the specified size of the finished piece. After binding the printed pages, the top, bottom and outer edge of the booklet are often trimmed with a guillotine blade to even out the pages.
Removing excess metal from a sheet to slightly adjust width or length dimensions. Cutting scrap off a partially or fully shaped part to an established trim line.
The term applied to the operation of cutting scrap off a partially or fully shaped part to an established trim line.