sheetfed

Sheetfed vs Sheeted - What's the difference?

sheetfed | sheeted |


As adjectives the difference between sheetfed and sheeted

is that sheetfed is (printing|of a press) into which individual sheets of paper or paperboard are loaded while sheeted is to be covered by a sheet of cloth or paper or other similar material.

As a verb sheeted is

(sheet).

Webfed vs Sheetfed - What's the difference?

webfed | sheetfed | see also |

Webfed is a see also of sheetfed.


As an adjective sheetfed is

(printing|of a press) into which individual sheets of paper or paperboard are loaded.

Load vs Sheetfed - What's the difference?

load | sheetfed |


As a noun load

is a burden; a weight to be carried.

As a verb load

is to put a load on or in (a means of conveyance or a place of storage).

As an adjective sheetfed is

(printing|of a press) into which individual sheets of paper or paperboard are loaded.

Paperboard vs Sheetfed - What's the difference?

paperboard | sheetfed |


As a noun paperboard

is a thick paper, or thin cardboard.

As an adjective sheetfed is

(printing|of a press) into which individual sheets of paper or paperboard are loaded.

Paper vs Sheetfed - What's the difference?

paper | sheetfed |


As adjectives the difference between paper and sheetfed

is that paper is made of paper while sheetfed is (printing|of a press) into which individual sheets of paper or paperboard are loaded.

As a noun paper

is a sheet material used for writing on or printing on (or as a non-waterproof container), usually made by draining cellulose fibres from a suspension in water.

As a verb paper

is to apply paper to.

Sheet vs Sheetfed - What's the difference?

sheet | sheetfed |


As a noun sheet

is a thin bed cloth used as a covering for a mattress or as a layer over the sleeper.

As a verb sheet

is to cover or wrap with cloth, or paper, or other similar material.

As an adjective sheetfed is

(printing|of a press) into which individual sheets of paper or paperboard are loaded.

Press vs Sheetfed - What's the difference?

press | sheetfed |


As a noun press

is (lb) a device used to apply pressure to an item.

As a verb press

is (ambitransitive) to exert weight or force against, to act upon with with force or weight.

As an adjective sheetfed is

(printing|of a press) into which individual sheets of paper or paperboard are loaded.