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  2. JDF-678

Add some subelements of MarkObject to StripMark

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      8.38 StripMark
      The StripMark element specifies automatically generated production marks. Whereas MarkObject elements define the explicit and detailed positions of production marks, StripMark elements are generally high level instructions to a Stripping processor to appropriately place the resulting Strip marks are generally converted to explicit
      MarkObject elements during the Stripping process.

      <copy descriptions from table MarkObject table of StripMark>
      ColorControlStrip .
      CutMark.
      RegisterMark
      ScavengerArea

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      <copy xjdf description to JDF description> 8.38 StripMark The StripMark element specifies automatically generated production marks. Whereas MarkObject elements define the explicit and detailed positions of production marks, StripMark elements are generally high level instructions to a Stripping processor to appropriately place the resulting Strip marks are generally converted to explicit MarkObject elements during the Stripping process. <copy descriptions from table MarkObject table of StripMark> ColorControlStrip . CutMark. RegisterMark ScavengerArea

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      The 4 details also make sense - albeit at higher abstraction in stripMark
      ColorControlStrip .
      CutMark.
      RegisterMark
      ScavengerArea

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              prosi Rainer Prosi
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