Calendar Stock

In General Printing Termsby Inkjet Insight

An offset paper grade—produced with basis weights of 50:70 pounds—characterized by high degrees of printability and resistance to curling, used in the printing of calendars.

Calendaring

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Calendering is done by pressing the paper web in one or more “rolling” nips formed by rolls with special properties

Calender

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A series of highly-polished steel rollers at the end of a papermaking machine used to produce a desired finish on paper. See Calendering. Further calendering is performed on a separate machine …

Calender Cut

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A paper defect caused during calendering of a paper web characterized by lines or fractures that tear easily under tension. Wrinkles present on a paper’s surface will impress deeply into the surface of the …

Calender Spot

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A paper defect characterized by shiny, transparent spots, generated during the calendering of a paper web. Calender spots are caused by a fragment of paper stuck to the roller of a calender and pressed deeply …

Calender-Blackened Spots/Streaks

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A paper defect characterized by dark spots or streaks on a paper surface, generated during calendering of a paperweb. Such marks are caused by a wet spot or streak on the web …

Calendered Fabric

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A screen fabric used in screen printing which has been compressed or flattened by running one or both sides through a calender.