Stencil is an Open Source C++ class library enabling developers to build web-based applications from HTML templates and CGI's or web server modules. Stencil is the successor to Groundwork.
A thin plate of metal, leather, or other material, used in painting, marking, etc. The pattern is cut out of the plate, which is then laid flat on the surface to be marked, and the color brushed over it. Called also stencil plate.
To mark, paint, or color in figures with stencils; to form or print by means of a stencil.
Thin sheet of metal, usually brass or stainless steel, mounted on a frame and etched with holes conforming to a pattern of conductor pads. May also be mounted on mesh for increased flexibility. Stencils are used for solder cream deposition in a similar manner to screen printing, but usually with the stencil in firm contact with the substrate.
Paint spray identification placed on pipe. Specification size, wall, grade, test pressure, method of manufacture and normal mill characters and mill identification are usually included; however, detail varies by specification. "Country of Origin" is included.
One of the four major classes of printmaking, this method involves the application of ink onto the paper's surface through previously cut stencils. This is the one printmaking method which does not reverse the image. Examples are screenprint and pochoir.
(n.) A pattern of data accesses used when updating the values in a mesh. A stencil is usually represented as a grid around a central point, which indicates the location of the value being updated.
Prints are hand-colored through specially cut stencils.
To produce a pattern or design thru a paper cut-out.
(1) A thin sheet of paper or metal that is perforated or cut through so that, when a paint or ink is applied to the sheet, the patterns, letters, etc. appear on the surface beneath, having seeped through the perforations. (2) The pattern made by stenciling.
Stiff paper (or other sheet material) with a design cut into it as a template for shapes meant to be copied. Also a method of applying a design by brushing ink or paint through a cut-out surface.
An image cut out of cardboard or other material. Paint is then applied through the cutout.
device that has a sheet perforated with printing through which ink or paint can pass to create a printed pattern
mark or print with a stencil
a cut-out with holes or windows through which you can paint color onto almost any surface
a cutout with open and closed areas
a flat piece of metal or plastic, with shaped holes cut out (typically letters or numbers)
a letter, number, cartoon, typographical symbol, illustration, or any other shape or image in cut-out form
an image in cut-out form, often made of thin cardboard
an impervious material perforated with a design or lettering through which a substance can be forced onto the surface behind
a paper with patterns or letters cut out
a pattern or design usually made of masking tape or a paper cutout
a sheet of paper, fabric, metal, or other material with designs or forms cut, perforated, or punched from it
a special kind of pattern that contains only opacities
a specific kind of template used specifically in drawing, to trace around
a thin metal plate or other piece of material with a series of holes forming a design or lettering through which colouring-matter is applied to a surface
a thin sheet of material such as wax-coated paper, cardboard, or vinyl, which does not allow moisture to pass through it
a type of mask that allows you to add color within a mask
A tool used to apply a repeated image or pattern by dabbing paint on a commercial sponge or stippling brush over the negative space cut out of a sheet of mylar or stiff oak tag.
Image are printed by pushing ink through the cut-away areas of a stencil. Types of stencil printing including pochoir and screen printing, or silk screen (also called serigraphy).
That part of the printing screen that creates the printed image. Can be chemical, photochemical or paper. A resist.
One of four categories of printing. Ink passes through openings in a matrix. Examples: screen print, pochoir.
The process in which an area is cut out of paper, or material such as cardboard to enable paint or ink to be applied to a piece of paper, or canvas through the cutout.
A sheet of plastic, paper, or other material with letters or an image cut out of it. When placed on a surface and inked, it reproduces the cut-away images onto the material behind it.
A pre-cut block or logo rendering of letters or images to be transferred to the case surface. See also Logo.
A thin sheet of material into which a design is cut. When a stencil is placed on another substrate and paint or ink is applied, the image represented by the cut out portion of the stencil is printed on the substrate below it. Stencils range from metal to card stock to photo emulsions.
A stiff material (often paper or plastic) with a design cut out of it used as a template for repeated applications of a motif, usually by stippling with a brush.
a cut-out image which is applied to a shirt, painted over then removed to leave the image on the shirt. tutorials: ohmystars.
Patterns to allow for a perfect design every time. Used in a variety of craft projects.
A plastic pre-cut template used to trace and cut shapes. Usually used on paper and/or photos. They may also be used to apply paint/chalk to a surface in a contrasting colour.
A sheet of plastic, cardboard, metal or paper in which a desired letter or design has been cut out so that ink or paint applied to the sheet will reproduce on the surface beneath.
A thin sheet of brass or stainless steel with openings that match the land pattern of the printed circuit board. During printing, adhesive or solder paste is forced through these openings onto the printed circuit board.
A sheet of celluloid, cardboard, or other material in which a design has been cut so that when the ink or paint is passed over the sheet the pattern will be reproduced on the surface placed below.
identification painted on pipe. Specification, size, wall, grade, test pressure, method of manufacture and mill are usually indicated.
refers to the process of using paper perforated with a design through which color can be brushed or sponged onto a surface.
A sheet which is perforated or cut so that when ink, paint, etc. is applied, a design forms in the open areas and prints beneath the sheet's surface; also, the pattern, design, et. made by this method.
Piece of fabric or film carrying image for screen printing or mimeograph.
The stencil technique uses a thin sheet of impenetrable, durable material with a design cut into it. A thin sheet of durable material with a pattern or design cut out so that paint or dye applied over the stencil will mark the underlying surface with the cut out design. (v) The technique of using a stencil. Silkscreen is an example of stencil technique.
A metal sheet bearing a circuit pattern cut into the material. Common materials are stainless steel and brass.
A stencil is a template used to draw or paint identical letters, symbols, shapes, or patterns every time it is used.