111820a Binding and Finishing + TP: Binding and Finishing
|Zuletzt geändert:||02.09.2019 / Jansen|
|Dozent:||Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Volker Jansen, Sebastian Paul|
|Workload:||Five taught sessions at 1,5 hrs; 7,5 hrs/term Presentations in English: approx. ten presentations at thirty minutes each; 5 hrs/term (depends on the popularity of this course). Four technological discussion panels in English: at 1,5 hrs; 6 hrs/term. One essay of approx. 2500 words or project Work load: total of 240 h including a challenging technical design and production project.|
|Inhaltliche Verbindung zu anderen Lehrveranstaltungen im Modul:||Having attended the lectures in Post Tress Technology Language students will be able to comprehend complex facts in English (Language skills of "Allgemeine Hochschulreife” appreciated). Native or near native speakers are welcome.|
|Bemerkung zur Veranstaltung:||Teilnehmerbeschränkung|
|Beschreibung:||Bindery Processes / Book and Booklet Binding Overview – Terms and Terminology Specialty Folding, Adhesive-Binding Glue Options Perfect Binding and PUR Glue Binding Lay Flat Adhesive Binding Saddle Stitching On-Demand Book Binding Choose the Right Mechanical Binding Method Wire-O-Binding, Comb Binding etc… UV and Press Applied Coatings Film Laminating Embossing and Debossing|
|English Title:||111820a Binding and Finishing + TP: Binding and Finishing|
|English Abstract:||The course will take our students through a comprehensive exploration of the world of binding and finishing. Most major post press processes will be discussed on two levels: First, each process will be examined within the context of the printing industry so students can make useful recommendations. Viewed as part of a greater whole, each process will fit in the bigger picture of the graphic arts industry. Second, the minutiae of each, such as communication, layouts, and manufacturing performance expectations, will be explained so our students can more effectively manage their post press projects. The entire course will deal with samples that will help students to understand the specifics of certain binding and finishing methods|
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Potter, Goeff. 1988. Binding and Finishing, Blueprint London (UK)
Tudesco, T.J / Clossey, Dave / Hershey, Jean-Marie. 2005. Binding, Finishing and Mailing: The Final Word, Graphic Arts Technical Foundation
Holik, Herbert (ed.). 2006. Handbook of Paper and Board, Wiley-VCH
Bray, R.W. 1987. Paper Merchanting, The National Association of Paper Merchands, London.
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