Glossary

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C1S

C1S is describing paper that is coated (glossy) on one side and uncoated on the other.  It generaly refers to paper that is 8pt and above.

C2S

C2S is describing paper that is coated (glossy) on both sides.  It generaly refers to paper that is 8pt and above.

Calendered paper is paper that is polished to a high glaze by pressure or friction from calendering rollers, usualy to a specific precise thickness.

Caliper is a measure of the thicknes of a material, and in the printing industry almost always refers to paper.  It is usualy expressed in thousandths of an inch (mils or points), or thousands of a millimeter (micons).

Case binding is a method of binding that uses glue to hold signatures to a case made of binder board covered with fabric, plastic or leather. It is also called cloth bind, edition bind, hard bind, and hard cover.

Collating is organizing printed matter in a specific order as requested.  It is also sometime refered to the page order.