The unprintable part of a sheet, caused by the press's gripper. The size of the margin varies according to the press used. It's safe to factor ½" for our larger presses and ¼" for our duplicators, or small presses.
The unprintable area of the paper where it is gripped as it passes through the press.
The room needed on the sheet of paper for the grippers. This area will not print.
The area at the edge of a sheet of paper where it is gripped by the press or printer and therefore cannot be printed on. If you are advised to allow for gripper margin, please do not place images or text within 3/8" from the edge of the page.
The unprintable area of the page where the printing press grippers come in contact with the paper.
an unprintable blank edge of paper on any printed item which the press holds onto as it prints the sheet. Usually less than 1/2 inch.
Unprinted blank edge of paper on which grippers bear, usually half an inch or less.
The unprintable blank edge of paper on which the press grippers clamp the paper.
Margin space that is needed to get the page through the press. Strictly speaking the *Grip is space that cannot be printed upon, and is always larger on one of the 4 edges of the paper. See Print Margin
The necessary amount of space that must be allowed on the paper's edge to keep the press's paper grippers from damaging the printed image.
In lithography, the lead edge of the sheet held by grippers of the printing press on which no part of image may be printed.
The unprintable blank edge of paper in which the grippers bear.
Unprintable back edge of a sheet of paper on which grippers bear, usually 1/2 inch or less.
Unprintable blank edge of paper on which gnppers bear, usually 1/2 inch or less.
Unprinted space allowed for the printing press to grip the sheet. This should be a minimum of 3/8 inch.
The unprintable back edge of paper, which press grippers clamp on; usually 1/2 to top
The unprintable edge of paper on which the grippers clamp as the sheet passes through the press.
The unprintable blank edge on which the paper is gripped as it passes through a printing press. Usually measures a half inch or less.