machine-made paper

Paper made in a continuous length in a papermaking machine as opposed to individual sheets made by hand on a paper mould. Machine-made papers have a pronounced grain which runs parallel to the length of the paper.

Etherington & Roberts (1982)

Roberts, Matt, Don Etherington, and Margaret R. Brown. 1982. Bookbinding and the conservation of books: a dictionary of descriptive terminology. Washington: Library of Congress.

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