Variations in paper and print

Tomi Erho, Juha Saari, Pia Qvintus-Leino

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Abstract

By reducing quality variation in paper and the printing process, savings can be made in raw materials, energy costs, downtime, and start-up times. Erho, Saari, and Qvintus-Leino will explore the interrelationships of paper quality and press variables on consumption of time and resources, including variation within paper rolls both along the lateral and the longitudinal direction of the roll and variations that the printing machine itself can cause.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTAGA proceedings, Annual Technical Conference
Subtitle of host publicationAsheville, USA, 14-17 April 2002
PublisherTAGA
Pages497-507
Publication statusPublished - 2002
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication

Publication series

SeriesTAGA Proceedings
Volume2002
ISSN0082-2299

Keywords

  • stability
  • efficiency
  • gravure
  • offset
  • cylinders

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    Erho, T., Saari, J., & Qvintus-Leino, P. (2002). Variations in paper and print. In TAGA proceedings, Annual Technical Conference: Asheville, USA, 14-17 April 2002 (pp. 497-507). TAGA. TAGA Proceedings, Vol.. 2002