Camera ready artwork consisting of linework, photos, type, etc. all on one piece of artboard.
Arranging articles, graphics and photos in print on the page to produce the final product. Can be done by hand or on a computer.
the various elements of a layout mounted in position to form camera-ready artwork.
To adhere copy to mounting boards and, if necessary, overlays so it is assembled into a camera ready mechanical.
Mechanical pasting of copy onto a sheet
Paste up refers to a method of creating, or laying out, publication pages that predates the use of the now-standard computerized page design desktop publishing programs. Completed, or camera-ready, pages are known as mechanicals or mechanical art. In the offset lithography process, the mechanicals would be photographed with a stat camera to create a same-size film negative for each printing plate required.