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Across
The blank sloping part, foot or head, of the shoulder of a type not occupied by the face of the letter.
A unit of measurement that is one twelfth of a pica,
Thin metal furniture.
Small wedges of various sizes, usually of wood (or metal) used for tightening or locking up formes.
The distance between adjacent lines of type.
A material manufactured in thin sheets from the pulp of wood or other fibrous substances.
A size of type one size larger than Brilliant (and one size smaller than a Diamond).
An instrument for writing or drawing with ink. May contain a nib, roller ball.
In letterpress, printing without ink that results in impression.
The first of this type of press created in 1909 and was nicknamed "the Rocker".
A press that has a distinctive pale green paint color.
The dot above the letter i or j.
A paragraph-opening line that appears by itself at the bottom of a page or column.
Lines or lines that indicating cutting.
a unit of type size and line length equal to 12 points.
A Showcard and Vandercook has one.
An item than is used to open and close quoins.
Down
Wooden or metal blocks for mounting stereo and other plates.
An arranged composition set-up in a press.
A colored fluid used for writing, drawing, printing, or duplicating.
This line of press included the "Ideal" model and "No. 5".
A collection of 24 (or 25) sheets of paper of the same size and quality.
This company makes Windmill presses.
A symbol or other design adopted by an organization to identify its products, uniform, vehicles, etc.
Printed image in which the ink extends off or past the edge of the sheet.
A Heidelberg Windmill is this type of press.
The light spectrum.
Shims of wood used to lock up a forme.
To secure a forme or composition in a chase.
The table or "coffin" of a machine or press upon which the forme lies.
A small magnifying glass.
Pieces of type metal lower than the raised typeface, used for filling spaces and blank lines.
Color spectrum for the printing world.
Paper in parcels of a certain size. Can be either 516, 472, 480, or 500 sheets.