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23Pre-press
1Computer to Film
1Barco
(1998) MegaSetter Plus Optics 600 Q
22Computer to Plate
4Agfa
(1998) Avantra 44 XT
(2001) VS4
(2008) Avalon N8-50E
(2011) Avantra 44S
10Heidelberg
(1999) Trendsetter 3230
(2000) Trendsetter 3244
(2001) Topsetter 102
(2003) Trendsetter 400 Quantum
(2005) Prosetter 102 SCL
(2005) Trendsetter 800 II
(2006) Suprasetter S74
(2007) Suprasetter A 52 / A 74
(2007) Suprasetter E105
(2007) Trendsetter 800-III Quantum
1Fuji
(2001) P 9600 II
2Kodak
(2003) ThermoFlex Wide II 5280
(2010) Magnus 800
1Creo
(2000) Lotem 800 V
2ECRM
(2003) Mako 4
(2005) Mako 8
Kodak
1Linotype Hell
(1995) Linotronic 560
1Screen
(2002) B1 8000
Barco
Others
308Presses
5Digital Printing
Web Press
5Sheet-fed
3Heidelberg
(1997), Quickmaster DI 46/4
(2000), QM 46-4 DI Plus
(2001), QM DI 46-4 Pro
2KBA
(2006), Genius 52-5+L
(2011), Genius 52-5 L UV
29Flexo Print
1Arsoma
(1999) EM280
1Comco
(2005) Proglide FLX 16
1Flexotecnica
(1989) 804 CR
5Gallus
(1997) T-250
(2005) EM 280-8
(2007) EM 280-5
(2007) Gallus EM 510 S
200 Screen Press
5Mark Andy
(1985) MA 830
(1996) MA 4150 8C
(2000) MA 2200 6C
(2002) MA 4200 8C
(2004) LP 3000 8C
1Massenzana
(1993) SL 100 EV 5
9Nilpeter
(1991) F 2400 - 5
(1994) F 3000 - 6
(1995) F 2400 - 6
(1996) B 300 - 6
(1997) F 2400 - 9
(1999) MO 3300 - 8
(2000) FA 3000
(2000) FA 3300
(2004) FA 4200 - 8
1Schiavi
(2002) Alpha 8 C
Solflex
1Uteco
(1989) RR 608
3Windmoeller & Hoelscher
(1988) Olympia 1478
(2002) W &H Novoflex CI - gearless
(2005) Primaflex CM
1Stellaflex
(1996) CL 8
274Offset Sheetfed
81 Color
8Heidelberg
(1971, 1973), Kord Grey 64
(1974) GTO 46
(1974) Sork
(1980) Kord 64
(1983) GTO 52 - 1+
(1985) GTO 52+
(1994) 52-1 N
(1996) GTO 52
Ryobi
362 Colors
16Heidelberg
(1988) MOZP-S
(1988) SM 102ZP
(1991) GTOZP 52+
(1993) MOZ-S
(1996) QM 46-2+
(1996) SM 52-2P
(1996) SM 74-2-P-H
(1997) SM 102-2-P
(1997) SM 102-Z
(1997) SM 74-2P
(1998) SORMZ
(2001) SM 52-2 SE
(2002) SM 74 2
(2003) SM 52-2+
(2005) PM 74-2-P
(2007) PM 74-2
12MAN Roland
(1994-1995) R 302
(1995) R 702 3B + LV
(1996) PRZ00-E+NP
(1997) R702 SW
(1998) R202 T
(2000) R202E TOB
(2001) R 302 HOB
(2002) 202 E
(2002) 202 TOB
(2004) R 702 P
(2006) R 702 3B P
(2007) R902-6 BP
5Ryobi
(1983) 522 HX
(1993) 522 PFH
(1996) 3302 M
(2001) 522 HXX
(2007) 522 HE
1Shinohara
(1990) Fuji Shinohara 52-2P
1KBA
(1998) Planeta Rapida 142-2 SW
1Komori Lithrone
(1990) SPRINT 228 I
1014 Colors
33Heidelberg
(1986) MOV-S
(1991) CD 102 V+L
(1991) SM 102 VP
(1994) GTOV S 52+
(1995) SM 74-4P+L
(1997) SM 102-4+L
(1997) SM 74-4-P3-H
(2000) CD 102-4+L UV
(2000) SM 52-4
(2000) SM 74-4
(2000) SM 74-4 3PH+L
(2002) CD 102-4+LX
(2002) SM 52-4P
(2003) CD 102-4
(2003) CD 102-4+L
(2003) GTO 52-4
(2003) SM-102-4-P3
(2004) GTO 52 4+
(2004) PM74 4P
(2004) SM 102-4P
(2005) SM 102-4P+L
(2005) CD 102-4 SE
(2005) CD 74-4+LX (C)
(2005) PM 52-4
(2005) PM 52-4-P
(2005) SM 102-4 P3 L
(2005) SM 52-4+LX
(2005) SM 74 4H
(2005) SM CD 102-4+LX
(2007) PM74-4
(2008) Rapida 106-4
(2008) SM 74-4 PH
(2008) SM 74-4H+L
24MAN Roland
(1982) R 804 7
(1986) R 804 6
(1992) R 204
(1992) R 604+LE
(1995) R 704
(1995) R 704 +L
(1995) R 804 5
(1996) R 304
(1996) R 704 3B
(1996) R 704 3B LV
(1998) R 704 P
(1999) R 704P 3B
(1999) R 704 3B SW
(2000) R 204 E
(2001) R 304 P
(2002) R 304+LV
(2002) R 904 6
(2003) R 904 7B
(2003) R 204 TOB
(2004) R 304 HOB
(2006) R 204 EOB
(2006) R 704+LV
(2007) R 504 HOB+L
RVFOB
15Ryobi
(1993) 524 H
(1997) 3304 H
(1997) 524 HX
(2000) 3304 HA
(2001) 3304 HA PCSF
(2001) 524 HXX
(2002) 754 S
(2002) 754 S4 D
(2006) 754 L
(2007) 524 HE
(2007) 684 ES
(2007) 754 WIDE
(2007) 754-SW-A
(2007) 784 E
(2009) 524 GX
1Sakurai
(2004) Oliver 472 ED2 + C
14KBA
(1994) Planeta Varimat 162 V48a-2
(1997) RA 104-4
(2000) R 162 - 4SW2
(2002) R 162a-4 PWVA
(2003) RA 105-4 SW2 PWHA
(2004) RA 105-4 SW
(2004) RA 105u-4 SW2
(2005) Karat 46
(2006) 162A-4 SW2
(2006) RA 105-4+SW-2-P40
(2007) RA 142-4 SW
(2008) Planeta 105 4CX
(2008) R 142-4 SW2
(2008) RA 106-4
7Komori Lithrone
(1990) L 428 EM
(1997) L 428 EM + L
(2001) L 420 B
(2001) L 428
(2001) L 428 ES
(2002) L 440
(2003) L 428 H
2Miller
(1985) TP 104 4P
(1991) TP 104 4
3Mitsubishi
(1993) 3F 4
(2000) 3H 4+LX
(2004) Diamond 3000S 4
2Shinohara
(2005) 52 IV P
(2007) 75 IV MP
865 Colors
20Heidelberg
(2005) SM CD 74-5
(1986) SM 102 FP+L
(1990) SM 102 F+L
(1990) SM 102-F
(1994) SM 72 FP
(1995) SM 74-5+L
(1996) SM 74-5P
(1997) SM 102 5-P
(1997) SM 52-5-P
(1998) SM 52-5P2
(2000) SM CD 74-5+LX (F)
(2002) SM CD 102-5+LX
(2002) SM CD 74-5+L (C)
(2005) SM CD 74-5P (C)
(2006) XL 105-5+LX
(2007) SM 74-5+L
(2008) SM CD 102-5
(2008) SM XL 75-5P (C)
(2011) SM XL 75-5+L-C
(2011) SM XL 75-5+LX (C)
11Komori Lithrone
(1990) L528
(1990) L544 C
(1991) L540
(1994) L526 ESA
(1997) L540 LX
(2000) L528 CX
(2000) LS529 EM
(2003) L528 EM
(2003) L540 SP
(2006) LS529 M
(2008) LS529 H
17MAN Roland
(2002) R 305 N
(1990) R 605 3B L
(1990) R 805 7B
(1994) R 705 3B+LV
(1998) R 905 6 + L
(2000) R 305 P HOB
(2000) R 705 LTTLV
(2000) R 705+LV
(2001) R 305 HOB E
(2001) R 305 P
(2002) R 705 3B P+LV
(2004) R 205 E OB
(2005) R 705
(2007) R 205 E
(2007) R 705 3B Hi Print
(2007) R 705+LV HiPrint
(2008) R 205 E OB+L
6Ryobi
(2008) 755-XLW-E
(2007) 525 GX
(2007) 755 W
(2008) 755 LX–XLW
(2010) 755 G+LX
(2010) R 925 D
25KBA
(1996) RA 104-5 L ALV CX PWHA
(1991) Planeta Varimat
(1992) RA 104-5 LX
(1994) RA 104-5 + L
(1994) RA 72-5 + L
(1994) RA 72-5+L ALV
(1994) RA 72-5+LX
(1997) RA 104-5
(1998) RA 105-5
(2000) RA 105-5-LX-CX
(2001) RA 74-5+LALV2 PWHA
(2002) RA 105-5 SW
(2002) RA 105-5+L+CX+UV
(2002) RA 74-5+L ALV
(2003) RA 105-5 SW
(2003) RA 105-5+L CX ALV2 PWHA
(2004) RA 105-5+L PWVA HYBRID
(2004) RA 74-5
(2006) Performa 74-5
(2007) RA 162a-5L CX PWVA-UV
(2008) Performa 74-5 SW2
(2008) RA 105-5+L ALV2 CX
(2008) RA 106 SIS-5 PWVA
(2008) RA 162a-5L ALV2 PWVA
(2011) RA 75E-5+L
1Adast
(2005) Adast 757
1Miller
(1987) TP 104 5 C
4Mitsubishi
(2006) D 3000 5 LS + C LX
(2006) D 3000 LS-5+L
(2007) D 3000 LS + LX
(2008) D 3000 S-5+TC+ED+SPC
1Shinohara
(2000) 74V
256 Colors
17Heidelberg
(1995) SM 74-6-H+L
(1990) SM CD 102 S+L
(1990) SM CD 102-6+L
(1990) SM CD 102-6-S
(1996) SM 74-6P
(1997) CD 102 6 LX LV
(1998) SM 74-6P2+L
(1998) SM 74-6 PH
(2001) SM 74-6+LX
(2001) SM CD 102-6
(2002) CD 102-6+LX
(2004) SM 102-6P
(2004/08) SM CD 102-6+LX-UV
(2005) SM XL 105-6+LX
(2006) SM CD 102-6+L SE
(2007) XL 105-6+LX
(2007) XL 105-6+LYYLX
2MAN Roland
(1990) R 606 + LE
(1994) R 706+TLV
3Komori Lithrone
(1991) Lithrone L640+C
(1999) Lithrone L626P
(2007) Lithrone LS629+C
3KBA
(2003) R 105-6+L SW2PVA
(2004) RA105U-6 SW
(2012) R 105-6 CX PWHA
Mitsubishi
17 Colors
1KBA
(1998) RA 142 - 7 SW1
38 Colors
1Heidelberg
(1998) SM 74 8P5
2KBA
(2003) Rapida 105-8SW
(2005) Rapida 105-8SW4 PWVA
1210 Colors
5Heidelberg
(1999) SM 102-10P6
(2001) SM 102 12-P7S
(2002) SM102-10-P6-S
(2005) SM CD 74-10P
(2007) XL 105 10 P
3Komori Lithrone
(2002) Lithrone SP 540
(2006) Lithrone LS1029P
(2007) Lithrone LS 1029
2MAN Roland
(1999) R 710
(2006) R710 P
2KBA
(2002/2009) RA 105U-10 SAPC SW5
(2005) Rapida 105-10 SW5 CX PWVA
212 Colors
2Heidelberg
(2002) SM102-12PS
(2006) CD 74-12-P-C
Web Offset
Akzidenz
Newspaper
Packaging
25Post-press
5Binding & Gluing
4Kolbus
(1988/95) Ratiobinder KM 470/25
(1998) Perfect Binding Line
(2000) KM 472 A
(2005) KM473 Ratiobinder Perfect Binding Line
1Wohlenberg
(2001) Quickbinder
2Collators
1Duplo
(1997) DC 10000
1Horizon
(1999) VAC-100a / SPF-20A
10Folders
1Heidelberg
(2006) Diana ECO 80
2Jagenberg
(1974/79) Diana 350
(1999) Diana 104-1
2Bobst
(1978) Farma 36
(1980) Domino 100-M
1Mueller Martini
(1999) Monostar 3016/21
1Sigloch
(2008) BLSD 60
1Stahl
(1990) T36/4K
1Sutter
(1991) Aida 82
1Vega
(1998) 100S
Others
Varnishing, Laminating & Foiling
7Guillotines
5Polar
(1990) 155 EMC-Monitor Autotrim
(1990) Mohr 137 EMC Monitor
(2001) Line Cutter
(2003) Pile Lift LW-1000-6
(2004) 92 X
1Schneider-Senator
(1998) 115 E-Line
1Wohlenberg
(2003) Cutter CUT-TEC 115
Inserting
Saddle Stichers
Sewing
1Sheeters
(1984) CSS - 71 10
Slitter & Rewinder
Stitching, Trimming
Book Produktion
12Packing Machinery
1Die Cutters
1Heidelberg
Die Cutter SBB
2Folders & Gluers
2Bobst
(1999) Media 68 II-A2
(2004) Cartonpack II
8Bag Making
2Holweg
(1980) CPZ4S / 72
(2000) RS 26
4Newlong
(1984) 335 T
(1985) 327 T
(1990) 127 T + 506 / H
(1991) SOS 345 T
2Windmüller & Hölscher
(1965) Triumph III B
Extra EX Type DM 521
Box Making
1Case Making
1Crathern
(1989) Casemaker
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Hints for North American paper users

 

The United States, Canada, and in part Mexico, are today the only industrialized nations in which the ISO standard paper sizes are not yet widely used. In U.S. office applications, the paper formats "Letter" (216 × 279 mm), "Legal" (216 × 356 mm), "Executive" (190 × 254 mm), and "Ledger/Tabloid" (279 × 432 mm) are widely used today. There exists also an American National Standard ANSI/ASME Y14.1 for technical drawing paper sizes A (216 × 279 mm), B (279 × 432 mm), C (432 × 559 mm), D (559 × 864 mm), E (864 × 1118 mm), and there are many other unsystematic formats for various applications in use. The "Letter", "Legal", "Tabloid", and other formats (although not these names) are defined in the American National Standard ANSI X3.151-1987.

While all ISO paper formats have consistently the same aspect ratio of sqrt(2)=1.414, the U.S. format series has two different alternating aspect ratios 17/11=1.545 and 22/17=1.294. Therefore you cannot reduce or magnify from one U.S. format to the next higher or lower without leaving an empty margin, which is rather inconvenient.

The new American National Standard ANSI/ASME Y14.1m-1995 specifies how to use the ISO A0-A4 formats for technical drawings in the U.S. Technical drawings usually have a fixed drawing scale (e.g., 1:100 means that one meter is drawn as one centimeter), therefore it is not easily possible to resize technical drawings between U.S. and standard paper formats. As a result, internationally operating U.S. corporations increasingly find it more convenient to abandon the old ANSI Y14.1 formats and prepare technical drawings for ISO paper sizes, like the rest of the world does.

The historic origins of the 216 × 279 mm U.S. Letter format, and in particular its rationale, seem rather obscure. The earliest documented attempts to standardize U.S. paper format used a completely different format. On 1921-03-28, the U.S. Secretary of Commerce (Hoover) declared a 203 × 267 mm format to be the standard for his department, which was adopted on 1921-09-14 by the Permanent Conference on Printing (established by General Dawes, first director of the Bureau of the Budget) as the general U.S. government letterhead standard. Independent of that, on 1921-08-30 a Committee on the Simplification of Paper Sizes consisting of printing industry representatives was appointed to work with the Bureau of Standards. It recommended standard basic sizes of 432 × 559 mm (17 × 22 in), 432 × 711 mm (17 × 28 in), 483 × 610 mm (19 × 24 in), 559 × 864 mm (22 × 34 in), 711 × 864 mm (28 × 34 in), and 610 × 914 mm (24 × 36 in). What became later known as the U.S. Letter format is just the first of these basic sizes halved. One hypothesis for the origin of this format series is that it was derived from a then typical mold size used then in the production of hand-made paper. It appears that this standard was just a commercial compromise at the time to reduce inventory requirements without requiring significant changes to existing production equipment. The Hoover standard remained in force until the government declared in 1980-01 the 216 × 279 mm format to be the new official paper format for U.S. government offices.

The Canadian standard CAN 2-9.60M "Paper Sizes for Correspondence" defines the six formats P1 (560 × 860 mm), P2 (430 × 560 mm), P3 (280 × 430 mm), P4 (215 × 280 mm), P5 (140 × 215 mm), and P6 (107 × 140 mm). These are just the U.S. sizes rounded to the nearest half centimeter (P4 ~ U.S. Letter, P3 ~ U.S. Ledger). This Canadian standard was introduced in 1976, even though the Ontario Government already had introduced the ISO A series formats before in 1972. Even though these Canadian paper sizes look somewhat like a pseudo-metric standard, they still suffer from the two major inconveniences of the U.S. formats, namely they have no common height/width ratio and they differ significantly from what the rest of the world uses.

If you purchase new office or printing equipment in North America, it might be wise to pay attention whether the equipment is suitable for use with A4 paper. When you make inquiries, best indicate to vendors that ISO 216 compatibility of equipment is of concern to you.

If you live in the U.S. and have never been abroad, you might not be aware that paper and accessories in the North-American sizes are not commonly available outside the U.S. or Canada. They are very difficult to obtain in any other country and the only practical way to get U.S. "Letter" there is to cut one of the next larger available sizes (usually B4, A3 or RA4). Therefore, do not expect anyone to send you documents in "Letter" format from abroad. If you send documents to any other country, your use of A4 will greatly ease the handling and filing of your documents for the recipient. If you design software that might be used globally, please keep in mind that the vast majority of laser printer users will print onto A4 paper. Therefore always make A4 the default setting and the first selection choice in your printing user interface. Remember that it is the paper format used by about 95% of the people on this planet.

   

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