Finishing

Any process that follows the actual printing. Can include folding, creasing, stitching, binding and the like.

Finishing

The final treatment of the work after the tool-work has been complete, eg sanding, filling and polishing.
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Finishing

After cloth has been woven, it goes through a series of finishing processes, which can include bleaching, dyeing and printing.
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Finishing

The feeding of cattle or sheep at a higher rate of growth which increases muscle on the animal and makes it acceptable for slaughter.
Found on http://www.lethamshank.co.uk/glossary/glossary.php?letter=F

Finishing

Finishing preparing printed pages for use. Most printed jobs require one or more finishing steps, such as trimming, folding, or binding.
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Finishing

A series of processes by which cloth is made ready for use e.g. bleaching, dyeing, printing.
Found on http://www.weaverstriangle.co.uk/history/glossary/index.htm

Finishing

Fin'ish·ing noun The act or process of completing or perfecting; the final work upon or ornamentation of a thing.
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Finishing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Finish • (n.) The act or process of completing or perfecting; the final work upon or ornamentation of a thing. • (a.) Tending to complete or to render fit for the market or for use.
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finishing

(from the article `traditional ceramics`) If fired ceramic ware is porous and fluid impermeability is desired, or if a purely decorative finish is desired, the product can be glazed. In ... Finally, `finishing` processes may be employed to modify the surfaces of materials in order to protect the material against deterioration ...
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Finishing

[textiles] In textile manufacturing, finishing refers to the processes that convert the woven or knitted cloth into a usable material and more specifically to any process performed after dyeing the yarn or fabric to improve the look, performance, or `hand` (feel) of the finished textile or clothing.{sfn|Collier|1970|p=154}{sfn|Kadolph|pp= 3...
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Finishing

[bookbinding] In bookbinding, finishing refers to the process of decorating the outside of a book, including the lettering of the spine and covers, any additional tooling, and any inlays and onlays. Finishing can also include the gilding or other decoration of the edges of the book`s pages. Early codices, such as Coptic bindings had relativ...
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Finishing

A collective term denoting final processing of carpet subsequent to tufting and dyeing. Carpet finishing processes include shearing, brushing, application of secondary backing and application of soil retardant and antistatic chemicals.
Found on http://www.camelotcarpetmills.com/glossary_of_terms

Finishing

Leveling, smoothing, compacting, and otherwise treating surfaces of fresh or recently placed concrete or mortar to produce desired appearance and service. See also Float and Trowel.
Found on https://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21122

Finishing

Inclusive term sometimes used for all bindery operations.
Found on http://www.e-printing.co.uk/glossary.htm

finishing

Covering or coating placed over the surface of a material in order to protect it and/or make it look better. Finishes can be temporary or permanent. Temporary finishes have to be redone after a period of time. They include finishes such as oiling and greasing on metals, and waxing and polishing on timbers. Finishes such as staining are semiperm...
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Finishing

The process of filling, sanding, rubbing down, staining, varnishing, waxing, framing, mounting and otherwise bringing the work to a satisfactory structural, textural, and visual conclusion.
Found on http://www.artmarquetry.com/glossary.htm

Finishing

The final steps in processing a wine before bottling. Often, this includes fining, blending and filtration or centrifugation and may include bottling.
Found on http://www.edenwines.co.uk/Glossary_f.html

Finishing

The term for taking a malt whisky that has matured in a bourbon cask and putting it in a second cask usually ex-wine or port. Thus giving the whisky more complexity, depth and a broader array of aromas.
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Finishing

Everything that happens to wool fabric after leaving the loom until it is ready for the cutter.
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Finishing

A general term which refers to treatment of a fabric to add a desired quality. Different types of finishing processes include, but are not limited to: washing, drying, shrink control, needle-punching, napping, shearing, backcoating, and stain repellent finishes such as Scotchguard
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Finishing

The last steps in processing a wine just before bottling, and may include bottling. Often, this includes fining, blending and filtration or centrifugation.
Found on http://richardgrantwine.com/wineglossary.html

Finishing

The last steps in processing a wine before bottling, and may include bottling. Often, this includes fining, blending and filtration or centrifugation.
Found on http://www.nebraskawines.com/wine-glossary/

finishing

The act of feeding an animal to produce a desirable carcass for market.
Found on http://www.danekeclublambs.com/Glossary.html
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