accordion fold


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accordion fold

[ə′kȯrd·ē·ən ‚fōld]
(graphic arts)
In a binding operation, two or more parallel folds of printed sheets.
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Students are taught to accordion fold the pages for the book.
The full-color, 16-panel accordion fold brochure represents the first joint marketing and public information effort of the Greater Pittsburgh Convention & Visitors Bureau, NeighborFair Pittsburgh, Inc.
2 Demonstrate how to make these shapes as well as a spiral and an accordion fold.
2 - Make 11/2-inch wide accordion folds, creasing each fold.
A third of people (31 percent) create a "snowball," while 28 percent fold it into squares, 15 percent wrap their entire hand and 14 percent perform accordion folds along the dotted lines.
Several paper artists lead the viewer through numerous paper forming processes from simple to complex, including quilling techniques, accordion folds, and scoring methods.
On impact, they collapse in controlled accordion folds in order to gradually absorb impact energy into the whole structure.