Forme (printing)

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A locked up forme for printing a single page

In typesetting, a forme (or form) is imposed by a stoneman working on a flat imposition stone when he assembles the loose components of a page (or number of simultaneously printed pages) into a locked arrangement, inside a chase, ready for printing.[1]

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  1. ^ Ryder, John (1957). Printing for Pleasure. London: The English Universities Press Ltd.