That which is woven; a texture; textile fabric; esp., something woven in a loom.
A whole piece of linen cloth as woven.
A thin metal sheet, plate, or strip, as of lead.
all paper from paper-making machines emerges as a web and is fed onto a reel; some of this paper is sheeted into standard or other sizes for use on sheet-fed presses, some of it is left as reels for use on web-fed presses
Continuous sheet of paper formed on the paper machine wire
The term used for the paper that is woven through the press.
a continuous sheet of paper
The continuous ribbon of paper, in its full width, during any stage of its progress through the paper machine.
A roll of any substrate that passes continuously through a printing press.
Finished cloth - still on the loom
a fabric (especially a fabric in the process of being woven)
Printing method in which paper is fed into the press in continuous rolls, rather than as individual sheets.
The unwound material from a reel as it passes through the printing process.
The woven cloth.
A term to denote a long film somewhere in the processing stage, frequently being drawn off a large roll. For example, a “printed web” would be a large roll of printed film.
The paper, foil, filmic, or other flexible material, fed from a roll, as it passes through the press being printed and converted into a self-adhesive or non adhesed product.
The continuous sheet of paper as it goes through a web press until it is cut.
Many printing presses work with huge, continuous rolls of paper. Web presses are used for large printing jobs, such as large magazine runs, newspapers, or tens of thousands of brochures.
(not the internet.) - A continuous ribbon of paper that unwinds from a roll and threads through the press.
Paper that is fed through a printing device from a roll (rather than as individual sheets of paper). Offset lithography uses two primary methods of moving paper through a press: sheet-fed and web (or roll-fed). Many high-speed printers are roll-fed because the web can be printed quickly with less handling than a sheet-fed printer. The web constitutes a continuous stream of paper moving through the device. The web may be cut into sheets after it is printed, or it may be re-rolled for further processing. Some printers use continuous form paper, which may not be fed from a roll, but is nonetheless a continuous web of paper.
The roll of paper that is used in web or rotary printing.
A roll of paper used in Web or rotary printing. Also, can be referred to the manufacturing of an envelope where die cutting and folding is done on one machine using a continuous roll of paper.
a roll of paper used on a printing press.
a continuous roll of printing paper used on web-fed presses.
A roll of paper used in web printing rather than individual sheets of paper as used in sheetfed printing. The web rolls used on BOPI's web press average approximately 5 miles of paper on each roll.
The continuous piece of paper formed as it passes through the paper machine before being eventually wound onto a reel. The term web printing or printing on the web describes the process of printing from a reel of paper as opposed to individual sheets of paper.
a roll of paper. see also web paper
The paper, foil, film or other flexible material, from a roll, that moves through the machine in the process of being formed, converted, and printed, etc.
A continuous roll of paper; used in web printing. to top
The paper, foil, film or other flexible material, from a roll, as it moves through the machine in the process of being formed or in the process of being converted or printed.
A continuous roll of paper used in stamp printing.
A roll of paper that is used in web printing.
Roll of paper used on a web press
A roll of paper or other material that is fed by rollers through a printing or converting process. Also see: sheetfed press.
A sheet of fibres produced by a carding machine (carded web) or combing machine (combed web); see also batt.
The roll of paper used in web or rotary printing. Colloquial term for a web offset printing press.
A thin sheet in process in a machine. The molten web is that which issues from the die. The substrate web is the substrate being coated.
A continuous sheet of pliable manufactured material.
The continuous sheet or roll of paper fed into a printing press or envelope folding machine.
nbspA continuous sheet of pliable manufactured material.
A web is a long thin and flexible material. A web is generally processed by moving over rollers. Between processing stages, webs are stored and transported as rolls also known as coils, packages and doffs.