Learning outcomes :
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1. The gravure market.
2. Cylinder preparation.
3. Gravure printing.
4. The different applications of the gravure process.
Trends and perspectives.
Guided work : groups of 2 students study a scientific publication (written in English) dealing with the gravure process. They use a critical approach to interpret the results presented, from the knowledge they developed in class. The written report is delivered by the students.
Specifications : The report is written in English and typed (4 pages maximum, body 12 typeface, 1.5 line space). It is delivered in paper and electronic formats before a given deadline.
Le rapport must comment the publication and its results, and especially answer a number of questions (provided with the publication).
Basic knowledge on printing processes.
Semester 7 - The exam is given in english only
The report is evaluated and graded.
The report is given to the teacher in paper format and in digital format (put on the Chamilo platform) before a given deadline.
Can be made up if the lack of delivery of the homework is justified.
La note finale est la note du rapport.
The final grade is the one obtained for the written report.
La note tient compte du respect du cahier des charges et de la forme (orthographe, style).
The grade will take into account how the report meets the specifications and how the document is written (spelling and style).
The course exists in the following branches:
Semester 7 - This course is given in english only
GAA. Gravure : process and technology. Rochester : Gravure Association of America, 1991.
Articles scientifiques issus de la TAGA et de l'IARIGAI. Scientific articles from the TAGA and IARIGAI proceedings.
Données statistiques de la European Gravure Association (ERA) http://www.era.eu.org/01/publications.html ). Statistics from the European Gravure Association.
Magazine Caractère ( http://www.caractere.net/ )
Certains éléments bibliographiques sont disponibles sur le site Internet Chamilo / some bibliographic elements are available on the Chamilo Web site :