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1610, a learned Swiss, Isaac Nicholas Nevelet, sent forth the third printed edition of these fables, in a work entitled "Mythologia Aesopica.
Three-dimensional products molded from any combination of resins can be printed.
Even with advances in digital archiving and document imaging, the world still turns on the printed word, especially in higher education.
While in the past many documents created by on-demand printing were printed in black-and-white, companies are increasingly implementing full color into digitally printed materials, particularly with the dramatic drop in color printing and equipment costs.
The interface contains built-in reports showing how many pages each user or printer printed over specific time periods and the actual cost.
Authors, as many preliminaries reveal, depended upon patronage to pay the costs they incurred in having their work printed.
The text and layout of a book, for example, can be stored on disk and printed out as needed.
In the frenzy to get wired, has that old and humble form of communication that we know as the printed page become obsolete, a casualty of progress, a road kill flattened and shoved in the ditch by the juggernaut computer?
Because the process is so well established, it boasts a stable cost structure and a surfeit of vendors willing to provide services that range from inexpensive, quick turnaround jobs to high-end printed products that use special inks, paper stocks, coatings, or other elements.
Toppan Printing Company America, a commercial printing company, and Yoon won for their "Fear" submission, a digitally printed book about various subjects that people fear, such as the future, loss and being judged.