Mechanical

Camera ready art all contained on one board.
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Mechanical

Postcards that have moving parts. It may be simple as a die cut top revealing a different idea of the previous image when opened. It could be as complicated as pulling a tab for a curtain to move and totally change pictures. Some mechanicals have wheels that change the faces on a body or dates on a calendar
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mechanical

[Adjective] Concerned with machinery; automatic, lacking thought or feeling, eg. a gesture, or a response.
Example: New cars are unlikely to develop mechanical faults.
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mechanical

[adj] - relating to or concerned with machinery or tools 2. [adj] - relating to or governed by or in accordance with mechanics 3. [adj] - using (or as if using) mechanisms or tools or devices 4. [adj] - lacking thought or feeling
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Mechanical

Camera-ready assembly of type, graphic and other copy complete with instructions to the printer. A hard mechanical consists of paper and/or acetate, is made using paste-up techniques, and may also be called an artboard, board or paste-up. A soft mechanical, also called an electronic mechanical, exists as a file of type and other images assembled us
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Mechanical

Assembly of all camera-ready line copy used to make a printing plate, including size and position of halftone reproductions and instructions to the cameraman and printer. Virtually obsolete now.
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Mechanical

Papers containing fibres only from the mechanical (i.e. groundwood) pulping processes (see also Woodfrees).
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Mechanical

Me·chan'ic·al adjective [ From Mechanic , adjective ] 1. Pertaining to, governed by, or in accordance with, mechanics, or the laws of motion; pertaining to the quantitative relations of force and matter, as distinguished from mental , vital , c
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Mechanical

Me·chan'ic·al noun A mechanic. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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mechanical

1. Pertaining to, governed by, or in accordance with, mechanics, or the laws of motion; pertaining to the quantitative relations of force and matter, as distinguished from mental, vital, chemical, etc.; as, mechanical principles; a mechanical theory; mechanical deposits. ... 2. Of or pertaining to a machine or to machinery or tools; made or formed
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mechanical

adjective relating to or governed by or in accordance with mechanics; `a belief that the universe is a mechanical contrivance`; `the mechanical pressure of a strong wind`
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mechanical

adjective using (or as if using) mechanisms or tools or devices; `a mechanical process`; `his smile was very mechanical`; `a mechanical toy`
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mechanical

adjective relating to or concerned with machinery or tools; `mechanical arts`; `mechanical design`; `mechanical skills`
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Mechanical

• (n.) A mechanic. • (a.) Pertaining to, governed by, or in accordance with, mechanics, or the laws of motion; pertaining to the quantitative relations of force and matter, as distinguished from mental, vital, chemical, etc.; as, mechanical principles; a mechanical theory; mechanical deposits. • (a.) Made and operated by interaction
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mechanical

Type: Term Pronunciation: mĕ-kan′i-kăl Definitions: 1. Performed by means of some apparatus, not manually. 2. Explaining phenomena in terms of mechanics. 3. Automatic.
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Mechanical

[character] A mechanical is any of six characters in A Midsummer Night`s Dream who perform the play-within-a-play Pyramus and Thisbe. Named for their occupations as skilled manual laborers, they are a group of Amateur (mostly incompetent) actors from around Athens, looking to make names for themselves by having their production chosen among
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Mechanical

Finished artwork ready for printing production; generally includes type matter pasted in position.
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Mechanical

Camera-ready assembly of type, graphics, and other line copy complete with instructions to the printer.
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mechanical

A watch whose movement is based on the vibrations of a mainspring that is wound by hand or automatically, by the movement of the wearer
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mechanical

like a machine
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mechanical

a problem with the mechanical function of a bicycle, often causing a cyclist to lose a race.
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Mechanical

Term for any problem with the bicycle in a race.
Found on http://cycling.isport.com/cycling-guides/cycling-glossary

Mechanical

A term used to describe finished artwork that is camera ready for reproduction, including all type, photos, illustrations etc.
Found on http://www.curryprinting.com/resources/glossary.html
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