from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A tool or attachment for making creases or guidelines.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A tool, or a sewing-machine attachment, for making lines or creases on leather or cloth, as guides to sew by.
- n. A tool for making creases or beads, as in sheet iron, or for rounding small tubes.
- n. A tool for making the band impression distinct on the back.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A tool for creasing or crimping cartridge-cases.
- n. In bookbinding, a tool which creases and sharply defines the width of the bands of books, and fixes the position of lines on the backs and sides, the lines being afterward covered by a blind roll or blind stamp.
- n. An attachment to a sewing-machine for making a crease to serve as a guide for the next row of stitching.
- n. A tool having a thin triangular head, used to crease leather.
With the right side down, fold all the flaps in towards the middle, and crease using your popsicle stick or paper creaser(sometimes these are called “bone folders” though they are generally made from plastic nowadays). glue the large side flap over the top of the folded in bottom (the tapered end is the top) and opposite side flap.
What the sub deputy chief waistcoat creaser will say if he reads these words I shudder to think.
Also being introduced to the UK market alongside the TPF 450 SA, are three non - programmable digital creasing machines: the TPF-450 electric creasing and perforating machine, the TPF 435 digital creaser and the TPF 315 digital creaser and perforator.
Leading UK finishing equipment supplier, Total PFS, is introducing a new digital creaser to the UK market which it claims will provide print finishers with the most cost-effective option for high-quality off-line digital creasing available in the market.
The TPF 315 is an A3 manual digital creaser / perforating machine also offering a maximum paperweight of 400 gsm when creasing and 250 gsm when perforating.