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[[File:Papiermuseum Basel 2008 (38);).jpg|thumb|A sheet of fibres which were just collected from the liquid suspension with the screen. The next steps are to press it and to dry it.]] Papermaking is the process of making paper, a material which is used universally today for writing and packaging.

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  • Papier czerpany
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  • Papier czerpany – rodzaj papieru wytwarzanego w procesie czerpania, na który składa się etap wyodrębnienia pojedynczych włókien z surowców roślinnych oraz etap formowania papieru z wodnej zawiesiny włókien, odwadnianej na sicie.
  • 造紙術相傳是由中国東漢時代的蔡倫(63-121年)所發明,但是也有考古證據說明,造紙術早就存在,蔡倫只是改進造紙術的重要發展者,使造纸的成功率更高,成本更低。造紙術被称為中國古代四大發明之一,是促使人类文化传播的伟大发明。 東漢的許慎在他編寫中國第一部字典《說文解字》裡提到“纸”从“糸”。紙的發明、發展及傳播也是經過了一個曲折的過程。 造纸术的发明对于人类文明的传播有巨大的作用,它使得文明的传播速度更便捷、传播成本更低,它促使了纸质书的出现,所以说这是一项极其伟大的发明。
  • [[File:Papiermuseum Basel 2008 (38);).jpg|thumb|A sheet of fibres which were just collected from the liquid suspension with the screen. The next steps are to press it and to dry it.]] Papermaking is the process of making paper, a material which is used universally today for writing and packaging.
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  • [[File:Papiermuseum Basel 2008 (38);).jpg|thumb|A sheet of fibres which were just collected from the liquid suspension with the screen. The next steps are to press it and to dry it.]] Papermaking is the process of making paper, a material which is used universally today for writing and packaging. In papermaking, a dilute suspension of fibres in water is drained through a screen, so that a mat of randomly interwoven fibres is laid down. Water is removed from this mat of fibres by pressing and drying to make paper. Since the invention of the Fourdrinier machine in the 19th century, most paper has been made from wood pulp because of cost. But other fibre sources such as cotton and textiles are used for high-quality papers. One common measure of a paper's quality is its non-wood-pulp content, e.g., 25% cotton, 50% rag, etc. Previously, paper was made up of rags and hemp as well as other materials.
  • Papier czerpany – rodzaj papieru wytwarzanego w procesie czerpania, na który składa się etap wyodrębnienia pojedynczych włókien z surowców roślinnych oraz etap formowania papieru z wodnej zawiesiny włókien, odwadnianej na sicie.
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