Glossary of Terms

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Uncalendered: Papers that are not smoothed by going through the calendering process.
Up: A term used to describe how many similar sheets can be produced on a larger sheet; two up, four up, etc.
UV Coating: A slick, glossy coating applied to the printed paper surface and dried on press with ultraviolet (UV) light. The slick surface of UV coating makes it popular for printing the covers of paperback novels.
UV Ink: Ink specially formulated to dry quickly with ultraviolet (UV) light while still on press. UV drying improves turnaround time because it eliminates waiting time for the first side to dry before printing the second side

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