Register Marks

Small designs, shapes, or other patterns (most commonly a circle or oval with a cross through it) placed in non-image areas of negatives, positives, color separations, and plates to ensure correct register—or alignment—of successive colors and/or images. Register marks should not be confused with crop marks, corner marks, or other marks designed for finishing operations. See Register. Also known as Angle Marks.

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