On emerging from them it is said to have been "cylindered," or, corruptly, "calendered."
From this “calendered sheet” the article, whatever it may be, is built up.
The object to be manufactured is then built up from the calendered sheet.
To prepare it to receive the design, the cloth is steeped in rice water, dried and calendered.
Quite good results can be obtained with fine line cuts on calendered or plated paper without the addition of a coating of clay.
The prints are calendered by being placed in a hydraulic press under 600 tons pressure.
If the paper were calendered, the moister parts would take on a smoother surface than the drier parts.
In treating uncoated stock there are also one or two steam boxes to moisten the paper before it is calendered.
Next it is successively wetted, steamed, calendered, and hot pressed for the purpose of bringing out the luster.
The silk threads are boiled in oil and glue and calendered under heavy pressure.