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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.

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While we have been working on these solutions, gravure printing has remained static.
Elsayad, S, Morsy, F, El-Sherbiny, S, Abdou, E, "Some Factors Affecting Ink Transfer in Gravure Printing.
Flexographic and gravure printing presses include Heliostar line of rotogravure machines that can print in one to 10 colors, widths to 63 in.
Similar technology implemented in huge machines was soon adapted to the different, more demanding, requirements of gravure printing.
One disadvantage: Gravure printing cannot hold fine dots the way offset printing can, so you might lose some detail in your images.
The Bertelsmann Printing Group will be comprised of Mohn Media, GGP Media and Vogel Druck, which are currently part of the services division Arvato; Prinovis gravure printing activities in Germany and the U.
It isn't possible to register holographic features to graphic features in gravure printing machines or embossing machines.
The EcoSleeve is a concept for gravure printing which consists of a nickel surfaced sleeve and complimentary adapter.
Amcor Flexibles Neocel in Portugal applied this system, while gravure printing the design.
Station and U-type register and nonregister gravure printing presses with in-line laminating and embossing, as well as a combination flexographic/gravure press.
This helpful book describes the gravure printing process which is used for printing magazines, catalogs, some packages, and decorated products such as gift wrap.
Greater Sustainability: Fewer washing cycles enable optimal use, and energy and CO2 emissions reduced by as much as 50% when compared to gravure printing.