filmsetting

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filmsetting

(ˈfɪlmˌsɛtɪŋ)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing typesetting by exposing type characters onto photographic film from which printing plates are made
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filmsetting

[ˈfɪlmsetɪŋ] Nfotocomposición f

filmsetting

[ˈfɪlmˌsɛtɪŋ] n (Typ) → fotocomposizione f
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The DigiPage plug-in was installed into a workflow that includes DynaGram's Automate imposition software and a Harlequin-based Agfa RIP for Windows, which feeds an Agfa 3850 filmsetter. The paper will redirect RIPped pages from the imagesetter to the platesetter.
A combined RIP and output queue allows pages to be RIPed immediately before output, with different set-ups attached to pages according to the various plate- or filmsetters used, allowing for more accurate proofing and print quality.
The PlateRite News 2000 replaced two 12-year-old filmsetters for the Rust Communications paper, which prints approximately 15,000 copies Sunday through Friday.
The PlateRite News 2000 replaced two 12-year-old filmsetters for the Rust Communications' paper, which prints approximately 15,000 copies Sunday through Friday.
Removing filmsetters and tyers reduces space needs for machines and consumables.
From there, Times managers provide this outline of page production: Editors and copy desk staff call up stories from the SII system, check their inch counts, and create pencil page dummies that are then rolled up and sent via pneumatic tube to a composing room, where six 3850 filmsetters of varying vintage (some, including upgraded 3810s, from Information International Inc.
At Knight Ridder's 258,658-circulation Star, NewsWay will manage and track pages from a CCI Europe front end to four Agfa platesetters, filmsetters, and four K&F punch benders, through to an EAE system controlling four KBA Commander presses.
EXHIBIT: Konica Graphic Imaging will feature a range of full-page output devices including filmsetters, platesetters, and digital color proofing devices.