Easily Add Watermark to PDF for Paper Manufacturing online
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Many companies are trying to reduce the amount of paper drawings that are printed, some may even have terminals on the shop floor that allow access to drawings. There are still many consumers of drawings that like to hold that paper copy in their hands and in order to do this, you need the consumer to print their own drawings or be given a printed drawing. One solution to help aid in understanding which version or what stage in the process a drawing is at is to use a watermark
A PDF page may be prepared either for a finished medium, such as a sheet of paper, or as part of a prepress process in which the content of the page is placed on an intermediate medium, such as film or an imposed reproduction plate. The intermediate page may often include additional production-related content, such as bleeds or printer marks, that falls outside the boundaries of the finished page. To handle such cases, a PDF page can define as many as five separate boundaries to control various aspects of the imaging process:
Before the invention and current widespread adoption of automated machinery, all paper was made by hand, formed or laid one sheet at a time by specialized laborers. Even today those who make paper by hand use tools and technologies quite similar to those existing hundreds of years ago, as originally developed in China and Asia, or those further modified in Europe. Handmade paper is still appreciated for its distinctive uniqueness and the skilled craft involved in making each sheet, in contrast with the higher degree of uniformity and perfection at lower prices achieved among industrial products