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IGC-H11 Folding

IGC - H11 Identify basic folds for printed products

QuestionAnswer
Photo Eye A type of counting device that is enabled when a sheet of paper breaks the light plane
Pile Fed The way in which a stack of paper is fed into the folder. Pile feeding takes the top sheet of the stack
Bottom/friction or gravity fed The way in which a stack of paper is fed into the folder. Bottom/friction feeding takes the sheet to be fed from the bottom of the pile. Usually completed in small lifts.
Parallel Fold Any fold made in a sheet of paper that is oriented in a direction parallel to a previous fold
Right Angle Any fold made in a sheet of paper that is oriented at a 90 angle to a previous fold
Plate The device that holds the gate
Gate The stopping device that enables the paper to buckle and complete a fold
Perforating or (perf) An operation that punches tiny slits or holes in a sheet of paper, usually allows a portion of the product to easily be removed
Scoring The crease in a sheet of paper as a means of indicating the position of the fold
Wet Score Laying down a fine line of liquid exactly on the fold. To help bend the fibers on the fold to prevent cracking.
Created by: johnaugustine