Printing Introduction: Segment 1 Test Review
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Electrophotographic printers and presses use _________ instead of ink.
Paste inks are think and tacky and are used for which printing process?
Which component gives ink its color?
Which category of paper is made for products like the pages of hardcover books, textbooks, magazines, and Brochures? The paper tends to have high opacity and brightness.
Which category of paper is commonly used for copier paper, letters, and business forms that are manufactured to readily accept pencil graphite and ink pens?
Items such as book covers and business cards are usually printed on a category of paper called?
To improve printability, paper might be treated with chemicals or other materials that give it resistance to the penetration of liquids. This paper manufacturing component is called?
Which component is added to paper during manufacture to make paper more opaque, white, and bright?
It is estimated that each person in the U.S. consumes about how much paper each year?
More than 500 lbs.
Which is the fibrous material extracted from wood and used to make paper today?
About how many employees work in the printing industry in the United States.
Fewer 500,000 and 1,000,000
Graphic Communications companies are generally organized into three main departments .
Administration, sales and marketing, and production
There are various categories of management in graphic communications companies. Which is responsible for setting company goals and objectives, preparing plans and budgets, and establishing parameters for daily operations?
Which category of management carries out management plans and directives, provides day to day financial management, and supervises the estimating department?
Business and Financial management
Which category of management focuses on bringing business to the graphic communication company and acts as the primary interface between the company and the customer?
Sales and Marketing.
Web application development and databases management would be functions handled by which segment of graphic communications production?
The CSR holds a very important job function in the most graphic communications companies, handling important communication between the customer and company during the production phases this job title stands for:
Customer Service Representative
The production segment referred as ________ includes work on a print job before the job reaches the printing press. You will also hear it referred to "prepress"
Which segment of operations includes cutter operator, folder operator, mailing supervisor, and bindery manager?
Most printing companies have the largest investments in which segment of production?
Which is the name given to the segment of the industry that includes very specialized services such as folding, cutting, collating, trimming, embossing , die cutting, various types of binding, holograms, sealing, engraving, and handwork?
Which is true of the long-term trend in the printing of magazines?
The number of titles is growing, with smaller number distributed.
Which of the following describes the print segment involved in the printing of a variety of advertising materials used to promote, generate interest in, or inform mass audiences about a product, service, or event through the U.S Postal Service?
Direct Mail Printing
The most common size of printing firm, as measured by the number of employees is
Fewer than 20
There are many print segments that make up the graphic communications industry. Which is the largest segment.
General Commercial printing
According to the most recent government statistics, the printing industry is among the _______ manufacturing industries in the nation.
Mass production printing as an industry really began in the 1440s in Germany. Who is credited with the invention of movable type and a workable printing press?
According to scholars, the first printed book was made in the 868. In which country was the book made?
Almost all print production involves three major phases. Which phases does this describe? "Work involving creating, designing, and preparing text and images for output."
Almost all print production involves three major phases. Which phase does this describe? "Printed matter is converted into a finished product by binding, finishing, and distribution."
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