d.t. cover – “Double-thick” describes a sheet of paper made by bonding two thicknesses of paper together resulting in an extra-stiff sheet.
damp streaks – Streaks caused by uneven pressing of drying during paper manufacturing.
dampeners – In lithography, cloth covered, parchment paper or rubber rollers that distribute the dampening to the press plate.
dampening solution – Water, gum buffered acid, and various types of etches used to keep the non-image areas of the plate moist, and preventing them from accepting ink, in the lithographic printing process; also called fountain solution.
dandy roll – (1) A plain roll situated ...