offset printing

NOUN
  1. a plate makes an inked impression on a rubber-blanketed cylinder, which in turn transfers it to the paper
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  • Newspapers papers of Bangladesh were running through hand composed printing press technology then upgraded by lino and photocompose technology and offset printing press. ICT and Media in Bangladesh
  • Blanket and gaskets together make up an offset printing press rubber and drums of lining.
  • The popularity of the album was partly due to developments in printing, which was changing from a text-based industry to one increasingly concerned with images, a shift that culminated in photo-offset printing and photoduplication.
  • A canvas print is created when inks are applied directly to canvas using offset printing techniques.
  • One side has optimum freedom from surface imperfections; supplied with a maximum degree of flatness, for use as a plate in offset printing.
  • The offset printing machines allow the simultaneous printing of both sides of the banknotes.
  • All stamps in Taiwan are made using the offset printing technique, the most basic, which further undercuts their appeal.
  • For a time to sing small offset printing failure persist " impending will rice?
  • In offset printing, other than a loose blanket, doubling usually happenbs in multi - colour press.
  • 1986 - Launch of the UK's Today tabloid newspaper (now defunct), pioneering the use of computer photosetting and full-colour offset printing at a time when British national newspapers are still using Linotype machines and letterpress. Nothingandall
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