The process of physically adhering artwork, galleys, and other type to a paste board other substrate, usually with hot wax or other adhesive. Also, the product of the paste-up process.
1) The department which turns typeset material into finished pages ready for camera. 2) The act of preparing finished pages from typeset material. 3) Sometimes refers to the artwork itself which has been prepared for the camera, which can also be called "mechanicals."
Camera-ready art work properly positioned on one page for a print order. Also called a mechanical.
The formation of a graphic design or layout by pasting elements on a stiff board. Increasingly, artists bypass physical paste-up and create layouts on the computer.
The process of positioning type and artwork on a grid sheet. The grid sheet is the actual size of the paper.
The assembling of type elements, illustrations, etc., into final page form, ready for photographing. See: Mechanical and Page Makeup. to top
Process of hand gluing pieces of artwork together to produce a final piece.
Manually pasting the type, photographs, line art, and other elements of an image to a board. Referred to as camera ready, this paste-up board is then photographed to create film negatives or positives. Alternative terms: mechanical; photomechanical.
A camera-ready layout of type and artwork ready to be reproduced.
A mechanical of illustrations, headlines, and copy prepared for printing.
A page assembled for printing where all type, artwork and ads have been placed into position (usually with hot wax). To paste up a page is to place those elements on it.
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A page's individual elements assembled in its layout on a board (usu. by _pasting_ or taping); used to make the photographic plates which are then printed.
The process of preparing mechanicals by affixing camera-ready copy to boards in correct position in preparation for photographing.
Assembling on one page for photographing various art elements for a print order.
Act of producing mechanical art.
Preparation of positive materials into a layout for photographing to film negatives.
Manual or electronic placement of text, illustration and artwork on a piece of art board or by a computerised page layout program.
Assembly of camera-ready copy (mechanical). This task is now handled mostly by computer page layout programs.
The preparation of copy, putting each component element in proper position before photographing. The usual method of assembling copy elements including test for reproduction by offset lithography.
1) to combine art elements (type, illustrations, lines, photographs, etc.) into a unified whole, using manual tools and wax/adhesives or using a computerized system to manipulate and combine the art elements into a whole page. 2) same as "mechanical" - the term for a camera-ready piece of artwork, including type, photos, line art, all attached to one sheet or matte board.
A layout of a completed ad, with all elements in their final position, but without color.
To paste copy to mounting boards and, if necessary, to overlays so it is assembled into a camera-ready mechanical. The mechanical produced is often called a paste-up.
Dummy or artwork comprising all the elements pasted into position.
Process by which an artist puts together type copy and photographs into final artwork ready for photographic reproduction.