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Printing press Wikipedia.
Koenig s 1814 steam-powered printing press. Two ideas altered the design of the printing press radically: First, the use of steam power for running the machinery, and second the replacement of the printing flatbed with the rotary motion of cylinders.
Printer computing Wikipedia.
Impact printing, unlike laser printing, allows the pressure of the print head to be applied to a stack of two or more forms to print multi-part documents such as sales invoices and credit card receipts using continuous stationery with carbonless copy paper.
Print Wikipedia.
Print or printing may also refer to.: Art and publishing edit. Waterless printing, an offset lithographic printing process. Old master print, a work of art produced by a printing process in the Western tradition. Photographic printing, the process of producing a final image on paper.
History of printing Wikipedia.
Jose Glover intended to bring the first printing press to England's' American colonies in 1638, but died on the voyage, so his widow, Elizabeth Harris Glover, established the printing house, which was run by Stephen Day and became The Cambridge Press.
Printing Wikipedia.
From top to bottom, left to right: cylinder seal of a scene, block used for woodblock printing, movable type, printing press, lithograph press, offset press used for modern lithographic printing, linotype machine for hot metal typesetting, digital printer, 3D printer in action.

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