Syövyttää, etsata Etsa(1) Etching is used with litho dampening water as low pH etches the aluminum and improves hydrophilicity of plate non-image area.(2) Etching was a way to produce gravure cylinders.
A process used in the manufacture of some types of crystal units. The etch process results in an improved surface condition and an increase in the frequency of a blank. The word "etch" is also used to describe the material used in the etch process, as well as the process itself.
In intaglio image creation, etched lines are the result of the corrosive biting (acid bath) of the exposed (i.e. not protected by "resist") areas of the plate. (Note that the Old English for "eaten" is "et").
a process using either chemicals or sharp tools to make clear distinct lines or drawings on a hard surface such as metal or glass Don't try to etch a design on this metal, it's not a suitable surface. etching (n)
The process of rendering a design on a hard surface (such as glass) by corroding its surface with acid. This term is often used to describe the filing process used to remove the surface shine from natural nails in preparation for a nail enhancement service. 'Etching' is usually accomplished by using a heavy grit file to remove the surface shine, and to disrupt the nail plate layers. Today's products do not require the use of this damaging method to ensure adhesion.
A process crystal manufacturers use to improve the surface condition of a crystal and to increase the frequency of a blank. The word "etch" is used to describe the material used in the etch process, as well as the process itself.