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a machine used for printing

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For the visual artist the Gutenberg press and its subsequent variations allowed for the ability to produce relief prints (woodcut and wood or metal engravings) quickly and inexpensively to satisfy the wants of an ever-growing audience.
From Gutenberg To Open Type: An Illustrated History Of Type From The Earliest Letterforms To The Latest Digital Fonts by Robin Dodd (Associate Lecturer, London College of Communications) is a seminal and detailed historical survey of the printed letter from the era of the Gutenberg press moveable fonts down to today's desktop publishing software typefaces.
We're still producing books in the Gutenberg Press fashion while most other industries have progressed to make their products more cost efficient.
Published by Gutenberg Press, it has received little recognition but is well-regarded by some Oregon researchers.
Publicity relies on the notion of the public, which was created with the "invention" of the private mind and privacy that accompanied the Gutenberg press.
Ben Franklin turns 299 on Monday, and he's booked solid at the print museum, schools and a few gatherings where people who still think the Gutenberg press was mankind's greatest invention meet to celebrate Ben's birthday during International Printing Week.
Not since the Gutenberg press has there been such an increase in productivity, which is the only way to grow the economy without increasing prices.
Nominated because the rapid dissemination of knowledge through printed books started with the Gutenberg press, which was invented in the mid-1400s.
The Gutenberg press, on which my Summa was printed in 1494, had reached Venice only in 1469.
Information's ability to shape societal change today is rivaled in recent cneturies only by the invention of the Gutenberg press and the industrial revolution, according to Smithsonian Institution Secretary Robert McC.
Between the time it was invented in 1440 and 60 years later, the Gutenberg press was responsible for creating more than 20 million books.
Not only is the Gutenberg press responsible for the printing revolution that spread across Europe and the world, it had enormous impact in the flowering of the Renaissance, the Protestant Reformation, and the Scientific Revolution.