A separate thin wooden frame used to form the border of a hand mold, or a curb of India rubber or other material which rests on, and forms the edge of, the mold in a paper machine and determines the width of the paper.
The width of the web on a paper machine.
Wooden frame used with the papermaker's mold that helps to establish the exact size of the sheet. ALso refers to the rough edge of the untrimmed paper as it comes from the mold.
Relates to edges, rough untrimmed text blocks of handmade paper
1. A frame used to form paper pulp into sheets of a desired size used when making paper by hand. 2. When using a machine, the strap or board on the wet end that determines the paper size.
A frame apparatus used in conjunction with a wire mesh mold to form an edge on the drying paper.
The tapered rough edges of watercolor and drawing papers, also refered to as "barbs".
The width of the web sheet between the deckle edges or the straps at the wet end of the paper machine that control the width of the paper web.
The untrimmed edge of the web of paper as it comes off the machine. (Also used to denote the width of the web).
The untrimmed, naturally irregular edge of handmade paper.
Irregular-edged text/cover paper made in multiple plies. Used for announcements, high-quality booklets, etc.
A rough or irregular edge on paper
The irregular edge that typifies hand-made paper. It is created when the paper slurry seeps out from the confines of the mould frame or "deckle." Usually associated with good quality paper.
Cherished by collectors, a deckled edge is the rough and irregular edge of hand-made paper.
rough edge left by a deckle on handmade paper or produced artificially on machine-made paper
(paper making) a frame used to form paper pulp into sheets
a frame used in the paper making process
a separate wooden frame fitted over the papermaking mould to prevent excess pulp from spilling over the mould as it is lifted from the vat
The wooden frame that rests on top of a mould and defines the edge of a sheet during hand paper making. Deckle edges are the feathered edges of a sheet caused where the pulp thins towards the edge of the deckle frame.
on a hand mould is the removable frame which retains the pulp on the cover while the water drains through. On a Fourdrinier machine, the deckle strap performs the same function on the moving wire.
The wooden frame that rests on top of a wire mold during the paper making process.
The wood frame holding the wire mesh onto which the slurry is scooped in making laid paper. The wood frame gives an uneven edge to the sheet of paper: the so-called deckled edge.
The width of web (machine width), which a papermaking machine is capable of making, being limited by the deckle straps.
Normally a text paper with an edge irregular in outline and a decreased thickness. Frequently used for announcements. Made in cover or text weights.
A frame that holds the pulp in place and determines the size of the paper.
Ragged edge of handmade paper. Also, wooden frame used on a mould (or paper-making screen) when the sheet is formed in papermaking.
The removable wooden frame that fits over the mould to contain the pulp.
the frame that sits on top of the mould.
In papermaking, the width of the wet sheet as it comes off the wire of a paper machine.
Part of the mold, but is has an open frame and goes on top of the mold (for paper-making)
On the wet end of the paper machine the straps or deckle rulers that prevent the fiber from overflowing the sides of the machine. The deckle determines how wide the paper on a particular machine will be.
Often used interchangeably with trim, referring to the salable width of the web on the paper machine.
The straps (deckle ruler) on the wet end of a paper machine which prevents the fibres from overflowing the sides and which determines the width of the web of paper which can be run on any given machine.
In papermaking, the width of the wet sheet as it comes of the wire of the paper machine.
A finish given to the edge of a sheet of paper, irregular in outline and with decreased thickness. The edge appears torn. Used for invitations and announcement. Available in cover and text weights.
A paper term used to describe the width of the wet sheet as it comes off the wire of a paper machine.
The width of a sheet of paper as it comes off the wire of a papermaking machine.
1) Wood frame resting on or hinged to the edges of the mould that defines the edges of the sheet in handmade papermaking. 2) Strap or board on the wet end of a paper machine that determines the width of the paper web.
The untrimmed feathery edge of a handmade sheet of paper.
The natural rough edge on a sheet of paper in hand made paper.
Irregular edges of all four sides of hand made paper and the two of mould-made paper. False deckle is created by tearing the edge of the paper.
The natural irregular edge of mould-made papers.