na ostro

English translation: with no trim allowance

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Polish term or phrase:na ostro
English translation:with no trim allowance
Entered by: Polangmar

20:19 Jan 6, 2011
Polish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Printing & Publishing / drukarstwo - formaty rekl
Polish term or phrase: na ostro
0,5 strony w lustrze (pozioma) + margines – 183x116 mm + bez spadu (na ostro)
Lidia Lewandowska-Nayar
Poland
Local time: 16:31
no trim allowance
Explanation:
with no trim allowance (ze względu na wcześniejsze "without" można "with" opuścić).

14. What are bleed and safety margin?
Bleed is extending any color, photo, or design elements past the cut line. Our print shop trims printed pieces in stacks of hundreds of sheets at a time. This is much faster than trimming individual pieces, at the cost of a little accuracy. Bleed gives the print shop a margin of error when trimming, so that if the cut is a little off, the white of the paper won’t show along the edge.
http://www.discmakers.com/templates/faq.asp#14

You should always leave at least a 2mm bleed area around the edge of your prints. The person cutting your print, may need a little extra space to trim up to. If you provide no trim allowance, then it's difficult to cut the white space off.
http://www.digitalscrapbookplace.com/forum/showthread.php?t=...
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Local time: 16:31
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no trim allowance


Explanation:
with no trim allowance (ze względu na wcześniejsze "without" można "with" opuścić).

14. What are bleed and safety margin?
Bleed is extending any color, photo, or design elements past the cut line. Our print shop trims printed pieces in stacks of hundreds of sheets at a time. This is much faster than trimming individual pieces, at the cost of a little accuracy. Bleed gives the print shop a margin of error when trimming, so that if the cut is a little off, the white of the paper won’t show along the edge.
http://www.discmakers.com/templates/faq.asp#14

You should always leave at least a 2mm bleed area around the edge of your prints. The person cutting your print, may need a little extra space to trim up to. If you provide no trim allowance, then it's difficult to cut the white space off.
http://www.digitalscrapbookplace.com/forum/showthread.php?t=...

Polangmar
Poland
Local time: 16:31
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