Artificial Watermark Glossary Term
Glossary of Printing Terms

Artificial Watermark
An image applied to the paper that is visible when viewed at an angle. Artificial watermarks are applied after the paper manufacturing process. They can be applied by the paper manufacturer or by the printer. An artificial watermark can be seen from one side only. It is generally applied to the back side but can be applied to the front side also. The watermark is achieved by printing the image in opaque white ink, transparent ink or by using varnish. Also referred to as a simulated watermark.
Artificial Watermark

Additional search results for:
   Artificial Watermark
Watermark - Artificial
Watermark - True
True Watermark
Simulated Watermark
Random Watermark
Localized Watermark
Genuine Watermark
Print Glossary Term Email Glossary Term
Enter keywords to search
Features of Interest
Featured Ad
Terms of Use |  Privacy Policy |  Site Map |  Index |  Contact Us
Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is strictly prohibited.
Copyright 2024 Tecstra Systems, All Rights Reserved, PrintingTips.Com

Artificial Watermark - Glossary -

Printing Tips Home Customer Service Knowledge Glossary Printing Tips Home