Ten Questions For Testing Your Knowledge Of Printing

Ten Questions For Testing Your Knowledge Of Printing  

1. For rush projects on an offset/traditional press, does uncoated stock or coated stock allow the ink to dry faster?


  A. Uncoated

  B. Coated  

2. Small quantity projects are typically printed on a digital press. What is the maximum sheet size (including bleeds) that can be printed on our Kodak NexPress?

  A. 11" x 17"

  B. 12" x 20"

  C. 13.4" x 35.6"

  D. 28" x 40"

3. True or False: All 100 lb Cover paper is the same thickness.

  A. True

  B. False  

4. What is the largest paper size we can run on our offset presses?

  A. 20" x 24"

  B. 23" x 35"

  C. 25" x 38"

  D. 28" x 40"  

5. True or False: File preparation (graphic design) can be the same regardless of whether the printing method is digital press or offset/traditional press.

  A. True

  B. False  

6. True or False: For short-run or variable data projects, digital press production is limited to 4-color process.

  A. True

  B. False  

7. True or False: If producing a printed envelope, using color that bleeds off the edge or butts to the top will cause the piece to be very expensive, and the envelopes must be converted from flat press sheets.

  A. True

  B. False

8. Which of the following type of paper is generally most expensive?
 
  A. Uncoated

  B. Gloss coated

  C. Dull/matte/satin/silk coated

  D. It depends  

9. If designing a document with large areas of solid black, what is the best way to build that?

  A. Use 100% black

  B. Use 100% of all colors

  C. Use a combination of all colors

  D. None of the above  

10. True or False: If producing a pocket folder or other die cut piece, an existing die should be used, or the cost will be dramatically higher when creating a custom die.

  A. True

  B. False  

Answers for Above Questions can be found here:

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