Frisket

A frisket is any material that protects areas of a work from unintended change. ==Letterpress== On a sheet-fed letterpress printing machine, a frisket is a sheet of oiled paper that covers the space between the type or cuts (illustrations) and the edge of the paper that is to be printed. When the press operator uses a brayer to coat the surface of...
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Frisket

• (a.) The light frame which holds the sheet of paper to the tympan in printing.
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Frisket

Fris'ket noun [ French frisguette . Perh. so named from the velocity or frequency of its motion. See Frisk adjective ] (Print.) The light frame which holds the sheet of paper to the tympan in printing.
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Frisket

In printing, a frisket was a light frame of the printing-press which folded down upon the tympan ober the sheet of paper to be printed. Its object was two-fold: to hold the sheet in place and to keep the margins clean.
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