R-S Graphics glossary words

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Reciprocating movement
movement backwards and forwards in a straight line
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Recycling
a methodused to break the used material back down into a reusable state
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Registered design
protects the aesthetics or look of the design from being copied
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Registration mark
a very clear mark about 10mm across using a circle and lines, which is used to check the printing plates are alligned
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Renewable
materials that are easily replaced, reproduced or grown
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Risk assessment
working out what the hazards are in a particular situation and deciding what you will do to prevent them
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Rotary movement
movement in a circular motion
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Safety precautions`
things you can do in advance to protect againt dangers or accidents
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Safety signs
signs that advise you how to be safe
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Scale
the ratio between the drawing and the object
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Schematic drawings
a drawing of an electrical or mechanical system
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Scoring
done on a fold line to reduce the risk of the paper or card cracking
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Screen printing
lowest quality printing process but able to print onto different surfaces including fabrics
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Sechondary packaging
packaging that contains the actual product and gives detailed information to the consumer
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Sectional drawing
a drawing produced by cutting through an object
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Self assembly
to construct independently from a kit using instructions supplied
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sequential illustration
series of drawings to show the steps in a process of making something
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set up costs
costs involved with setting up the printing machine, including making the plates and all the 'pre-press' work
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Sheet fed
individual pre-cut pieces of paper are fed into the printer
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Site plan
a drawing showing a piece of land from above with existing and/or new buildings and features
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Sketch
a quick, informal image sufficient to communicate important features to others
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Smart material
a material that responds to stimulus like heat, and then returns to its original state when the stimulus is removed
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Social issues
where the products being promoted for use/consumption, may not be in the best interest of the consumers (aimed at the wider public)
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Software
programs used by your computer, Corel draw, MS office
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Special colours
pre-mixed specific colours that can be used instead of the CMYK system
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Spot varnising
a particular part of a printed surface is highlighted by the varnish
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Strength
the resistance of a board to bending or lateral pressure
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Summative
any tests on a completed product
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Surface development
2D version of an item that will eventually be assembled into a 3D object
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Symbol
visual device used to communicate
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a methodused to break the used material back down into a reusable state

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Recycling

Card 3

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protects the aesthetics or look of the design from being copied

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Card 4

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a very clear mark about 10mm across using a circle and lines, which is used to check the printing plates are alligned

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

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materials that are easily replaced, reproduced or grown

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Preview of the back of card 5
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