A term applied to a paper with a glazed surface finish created by means of calenders (cast iron rollers with chilled, hardened surfaces).
Paper which has been given its smooth finish while on the papermaking machine, rather than as a separate manufacturing operation. to top
the finish that is applied on the paper machine
Papers finish that result from the interaction of the paper with the Fourdrinier process as opposed to post machine embossing.
A paper texture of finish imparted onto the paper white it's still on the papermaking machine.
Finish that is obtained while the paper is on the paper machine. Expressed as M.F. Different finishes are obtained by the number of times paper is passed through the rollers, either dry or wet.
A finish on metalwork made by turning in a lathe or planing in a machine.
General term referring to paper finishes produced on the Fourdrinier machine using a dandy roll, as compared to embossed finishes produced off-machine.
A grade of paper available for use in the finish that comes from the paper machine.
A paper finish that results from the interaction of the paper with the Fourdrinier process as opposed to post machine embossing. Reference, Fourdrinier
Finish or texture pressed into the paper while it is being formed on the papermaking machine.
General term referring to finish produced by fourdrinier machine as compared to embossed finishes produced off machine.
A grade of paper with a less smooth finish than a grade of book paper with an english finish.
The finish applied on the paper machine. The finish is in a wove or laid design and is between Vellum and English finish in smoothness. The finish is commonly referred to as MF (machine finish).