After completion of this unit, the student should be able to:
1. Match terms related to stripping procedures with their correct definitions.
2. Match stripping tools and materials with their proper uses.
3. Identify the parts on a layout of a typical flat.
4. Select true statements concerning the emulsion side and the base side of a negative.
5. Select true statements concerning the methods of combining line and halftone work.
6. Name types of combination printing.
7. Identify stripping register marks and pins.
8. Demonstrate the ability to:
a. Lay out and strip an unruled flat (wrongóreading). (Job Sheet #1)
b. Strip a ruled flat (rightóreading). (Job Sheet #2)
c. Strip for stepóandórepeat. (Job Sheet #3)
d. Combine line and halftone work. (Job Sheet #4)
e. Strip for combination print (double burn). (Job Sheet #5)
f. Strip complementary flats for multiócolor printing. (Job Sheet #6)
g. Lay out signature flats for multiópage or book printing. (Job Sheet #7)
h. Strip a twoócolor news letter using pin register and masking film. (Job Sheet #8)
i. Strip two color business cards, step and repeat and expose a blueó line proof. (Job Sheet #9)
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