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PRINTING. The art of impressing letters; the art of making books or papers by impressing legible characters.
     2. The right to print is guaranteed by law, and the abuse of the right renders the guilty person liable to punishment. See Libel,; Liberty of the Press; Press.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Special gravure printing is widely used for exterior packaging films for confectionery and frozen food as it ensures clear and colorful images with depth and rich tints.
According to (4), Figure 2(b), and the working principle of multilayer register in gravure printing, the four-layer register system model can be expressed as follows:
While we have been working on these solutions, gravure printing has remained static.
(1.) Elsayad, S, Morsy, F, El-Sherbiny, S, Abdou, E, "Some Factors Affecting Ink Transfer in Gravure Printing." J.
Flexographic and gravure printing presses include Heliostar line of rotogravure machines that can print in one to 10 colors, widths to 63 in.
The company announced a pounds 115m investment in Speke earlier this year, with the opening of its gravure printing facility.
Rudolf Hell, whose devices could electronically capture, transmit, and record printable images, including color -- technology that transformed prepress, from low-end newspaper letterpress to high-end gravure printing -- died March 11.
Gravure printing can save you money on long print runs.
These products are suitable for various printing applications such as gravure printing, screen printing, flexography, offset printing and thermal transfer printing, which is expected to boost the overall market size.
* Toyo Ink Brasil, a member of the Toyo Ink Group of Japan, has launched an upgraded lineup of high-performance polyurethane-based surface and lamination inks for flexo and gravure printing. The company offers a broad range of systems, from general-purpose snack structures to high-end retort and hot-fill packaging applications.
Due to our comprehensive know-how of the production processes asso- ciated with these machinery cate- gories we are able to constantly develop innovative solutions for our customers worldwide, includ- ing Blown and Cast Film Lines, Flexographic and Gravure Printing Presses, - Surface Finishing Machines, - Paper Converting Machines,
Amcor Flexibles Neocel in Portugal applied this system while gravure printing the design with seven colours.