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If a form consists of two sheets of paper lying on top of one another it would be called a two part form. Three sheets would similarly be called a three part form.
Perforations. Or perfs for short
The fixed costs of printing the forms remain constant. The make-ready on the press, the cost of proofs, the cost of playing out plates and positives remain the same whether you print 5 000 or 10 000 forms. When looking at the total price you will always pay more for 10 000 forms as for 5 000 but your unit cost (price/1000) will always be lower.
Pantone matching system is an international printing colour guide providing an accurate method for the selection of ink colour. Basically if you quote a Pantone colour code your printer should be able to reproduce the colour you have chosen.
Producing the colour accurately is variable due to the substrate (paper) that is used. Some paper products have greater ink absorption qualities than others and therefore even though the exact Pantone colour is used it may appear different. This can be corrected to a certain degree on the press.
One Time Carbon is the carbon paper that is inserted between sheets of paper and can only be used once, thereafter it is discarded.
OTC has declined in popularity with Sensitised Paper (Self Carbonised paper) becoming the preferred copy material.
A proof is a representation of what your final product would be like. Normally it is not supplied on the same material or even in the same colours as the final job. This is a tool for the client to use to ensure that all details such as addresses, logo's and print positions are accurate.
After receiving instruction from a client as to what is required, the printer makes a proof which is submitted for approval. If changes are made by the customer a charge is levied for amending the proof. It is time consuming and a costly process to correct proofs. Give clear instructions to your printer before going to proof to avoid authors' corrections.