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English term or phrase:edge samples
French translation:échantillon [de/du bord de la/du] bobine ou rouleau
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14:48 Mar 5, 2007
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
Paper / Paper Manufacturing / custom sheeting
English term or phrase: edge samples
Need the french term for ''edge samples'' of a roll of paper
in Canada
Chantal Vallée
échantillon [de/du bord de la/du] bobine ou rouleau
Explanation:
The International Paper company doesn't list any edge samples but they do talk about reel samples. Whether you are talking about paper, fabric or film, that would translate as "bobine." Though I did find it translated as "rouleau," I still favor "bobine." I couldn't find any examples of paper samples in French that spoke about the edge so, without knowing more, I would be tempted to follow the International Paper Company's lead and just say "échantillon [de] bobine."

Reel - The roll on which the finished paper product is wound at the end of the paper machine.
Reel sample - Samples taken from a reel of paper for testing.
http://www.internationalpaper.com/Packaging/Packaging Stand ...

Demande de bobine échantillon [this is the web page’s name]
Demande de rouleau échantillon
Veuillez me faire parvenir gratuitement un rouleau échantillon du film suivant :
http://www.kurz.de/kurz/fr/home.nsf/contentview/4D168310ADF4...

III CARACTERISTIQUES DU PRODUIT
Couchage simple ou double face
Support de 50 à 300 g/m²
Laize maximum de 140 cm
Livrable en bobine ou en feuille
Enlever l’échantillon du papier à tester et la feuille d’aluminium
http://www.gerex.com/papier-antiabrasif.htm

Soumettez préalablement les échantillons du papier à examiner - au procédé de stérilisation par la chaleur humide (121 °C pendant 15 min) puis placez les dans une atmosphère dont l'humidité relative est de 50 + 2 pour cent à une température de 23 + 1 °C pendant 24 h au moins.
http://www.asterinfo.com/asterinfos/doc/papier.html

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Note added at 9 hrs (2007-03-05 23:58:27 GMT)
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une lisière de papier
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Here is a Canadian example. But honestly, I think trying to say edge sample in this context is trying to Americanize French. It does not appear typical, to me, for the French to speak of the edge of the paper. Instead, they seem more likely to talk about the paper itself, as well as its "surface" and its "aspect." I've included some general references for you. Note that there isn't a listing for edge sample at the Neenah Paper glossary just as there wasn't one listed at the International Paper glossary. Perhaps this is not a standard term?

Partie C : Combustion
1. Examine une lisière de papier de chlorure cobalteux, d'une part, et une solution d'eau de chaux, d'autre part, et note l'apparence des deux.
http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/frpub/ped/sn/dmo_s2/pdf/rea_chi_ann...

Papereries de France
Lexique de papetier
http://www.papeteriesdefrance.com/cgi/rechlex1.plx

gDelacruz TechPapier - Le papier ne détruit pas la forêt !
http://gdelacruz.free.fr/lezard/netnetnet/TechPapier.html

Neenah Paper Glossary of Terms
https://www.neenahpaper.com/Glossary/index.asp?ft=Home&Lette...



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Claire Chapman
Local time: 12:31
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3 +1échantillon [de/du bord de la/du] bobine ou rouleau
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échantillon [de/du bord de la/du] bobine ou rouleau


Explanation:
The International Paper company doesn't list any edge samples but they do talk about reel samples. Whether you are talking about paper, fabric or film, that would translate as "bobine." Though I did find it translated as "rouleau," I still favor "bobine." I couldn't find any examples of paper samples in French that spoke about the edge so, without knowing more, I would be tempted to follow the International Paper Company's lead and just say "échantillon [de] bobine."

Reel - The roll on which the finished paper product is wound at the end of the paper machine.
Reel sample - Samples taken from a reel of paper for testing.
http://www.internationalpaper.com/Packaging/Packaging Stand ...

Demande de bobine échantillon [this is the web page’s name]
Demande de rouleau échantillon
Veuillez me faire parvenir gratuitement un rouleau échantillon du film suivant :
http://www.kurz.de/kurz/fr/home.nsf/contentview/4D168310ADF4...

III CARACTERISTIQUES DU PRODUIT
Couchage simple ou double face
Support de 50 à 300 g/m²
Laize maximum de 140 cm
Livrable en bobine ou en feuille
Enlever l’échantillon du papier à tester et la feuille d’aluminium
http://www.gerex.com/papier-antiabrasif.htm

Soumettez préalablement les échantillons du papier à examiner - au procédé de stérilisation par la chaleur humide (121 °C pendant 15 min) puis placez les dans une atmosphère dont l'humidité relative est de 50 + 2 pour cent à une température de 23 + 1 °C pendant 24 h au moins.
http://www.asterinfo.com/asterinfos/doc/papier.html

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Note added at 9 hrs (2007-03-05 23:58:27 GMT)
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*****************
une lisière de papier
*****************

Here is a Canadian example. But honestly, I think trying to say edge sample in this context is trying to Americanize French. It does not appear typical, to me, for the French to speak of the edge of the paper. Instead, they seem more likely to talk about the paper itself, as well as its "surface" and its "aspect." I've included some general references for you. Note that there isn't a listing for edge sample at the Neenah Paper glossary just as there wasn't one listed at the International Paper glossary. Perhaps this is not a standard term?

Partie C : Combustion
1. Examine une lisière de papier de chlorure cobalteux, d'une part, et une solution d'eau de chaux, d'autre part, et note l'apparence des deux.
http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/frpub/ped/sn/dmo_s2/pdf/rea_chi_ann...

Papereries de France
Lexique de papetier
http://www.papeteriesdefrance.com/cgi/rechlex1.plx

gDelacruz TechPapier - Le papier ne détruit pas la forêt !
http://gdelacruz.free.fr/lezard/netnetnet/TechPapier.html

Neenah Paper Glossary of Terms
https://www.neenahpaper.com/Glossary/index.asp?ft=Home&Lette...



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Note added at 7 days (2007-03-12 17:21:38 GMT) Post-grading
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Thank you

Claire Chapman
Local time: 12:31
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 20

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Johannes Gleim: pas très clair. // The question is unclear, because of missing context.
18 hrs
  -> Thank you! :-) Is it their request or my answer that isn't clear? Personally, I don't know why it isn't just simply called what it is and what the gerex.com reference called it: a sample of paper (or a paper sample :-)
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