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French translation: toupillage de séparation des couleurs

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English term or phrase:separation routing
French translation:toupillage de séparation des couleurs
Entered by: Alain R
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11:34 Jul 18, 2001
English to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: separation routing
separation process in the press/printing industry
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corinne durand
Local time: 19:44
toupillage de séparation des couleurs
Explanation:
Déf. :
The operation of a router or guiding the whirling cutter over any area of the printing plate for the removal of unessential metal, and of lowering the area of non-printing surfaces and mounts to the required degree.
A method of removing metal from those areas of a cut that are not supposed to print.


Note :
Although such areas ((that are not supposed to print)) are already covered somewhat by action of the etching acid, routing ensures that there is no possibility of rollers or paper bulging into them and smudging the work.


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Alain R
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Local time: 14:44
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naséparation des couleurs
Camaxilo
naséparation des couleurs
Camaxilo
natoupillage de séparation des couleursAlain R


  

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46 mins
toupillage de séparation des couleurs


Explanation:
Déf. :
The operation of a router or guiding the whirling cutter over any area of the printing plate for the removal of unessential metal, and of lowering the area of non-printing surfaces and mounts to the required degree.
A method of removing metal from those areas of a cut that are not supposed to print.


Note :
Although such areas ((that are not supposed to print)) are already covered somewhat by action of the etching acid, routing ensures that there is no possibility of rollers or paper bulging into them and smudging the work.





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Alain R
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8 hrs
séparation des couleurs


Explanation:
In printing the colors are separated into CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black). These 4 colors are today printed directed to aluminum plates with a prepress equipment such as CREO's trendsetter and these plates are taken to a press such as Heidelberg speedmaster and here at the press the 4 colors are combined to give us the CMYK printed matter. A book, magazine, paper bag, fabric, plastic bottles. etc. This is the work that a stripper would normally do, in the printing house and not at Moulin Rouge!

Camaxilo
Local time: 13:44
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8 hrs
séparation des couleurs


Explanation:
In printing the colors are separated into CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black). These 4 colors are today printed directed to aluminum plates with a prepress equipment such as CREO's trendsetter and these plates are taken to a press such as Heidelberg speedmaster and here at the press the 4 colors are combined to give us the CMYK printed matter. A book, magazine, paper bag, fabric, plastic bottles. etc. This is the work that a stripper would normally do, in the printing house and not at Moulin Rouge! It is a very complex process.

Camaxilo
Local time: 13:44
Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese
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