outsert


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outsert

(ˈaʊtˌsɜːt)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) another word for wrapround5
[C20: based on insert]
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The new TTM stations align outserts with a jogging device, and print a unique code or serial number on each outsert with an inkjet printhead.
The components for the Stalker and other first generation shafts include a low profile outsert nock adapter that also accepts the indexing, snap on Tech Nock.
This measurement is often referred to as the "cut length." For carbon arrows with an outsert point adapter, measure from the bottom of the nock slot to the back of the outsert and add 3/4 of an inch.
It comes in liquid form and you simply put two drops on your insert or outsert and install it.
With its Guip multi-layered process, even Carbon Impact outsert shafts are worthy of mention here.
Shafts that include outserts: Measure From the nock groove to a point 3/4-inch forward of the rearward end of the outsert.
"With the triple knife technology of the 294-panel outsert, 3C!
This means that both digital and flexographic printing will be performed onsite, along with large format insert/ outsert folding and a variety of other packaging solutions.
The Sidewinder features a rotary motion for outsert placement.
One hybrid example shown was an outsert with a conventionally printed body and versioned covers printed with inkjet (see a video at: myprintresource.com/video/10875498).