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Synonyms for collotype

a photomechanical printing process that uses a glass plate with a gelatin surface that carries the image to be reproduced

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Sorowitsch finds the dollar project continuously sabotaged by stubbornly idealistic collotype specialist Adolf Burger (August Diehl), on whose memoir script is based.
For many years Sidorenko conducted research in the area of several almost forgotten printing technologies, such as collotype and bromoil, which were used for making quality fine art reproductions and unique photo prints in the last quarter of 19th century and the first half of 20th century.
Spastic Walking," 1887, a collotype by Eadweard Muybridge
The receiver does not want anything but the picture, whether it comes from the north, south, east, or west; it doesn't matter whether it's a phototype, a collotype, or a lithography.
I make a key drawing and then with glues and resin build it up into relief, like a collotype, but instead of printing it, I take a rubbing of it to transfer the outline (the technique is called "frottage"), which I then work up in various media and usually combine four to a frame.
Dan Welty is the digital print manager for Multi Color Label, which previously had been serving the wine industry as Collotype Label.
Joining WS Packaging in taking home Best of Class awards are entries from Collotype Labels, ASL Print FX Ltd.
Nampak, Amorim, Keypak, Collotype and Columbit are all keen to be on board and we will be approaching others, says Birch.
During that period, he founded the Photo-Plate Printing Company in 1870 and produced collotype prints under the Albert and Obernetter patents.
It was left to Sir John Marshall to edit the account of the excavation, which appeared in 1931 with 164 collotype plates.
In a world first, Collotype Labels -- Australia's largest printer of wine labels -- has co-developed leading edge brand security for premium wines using DNA technology.
There are some other fine facsimiles regarding Blake's books which were published in the early 1970s by the Trianon Press in Paris using collotype printing which nobody in England at the time could achieve.
The Best in Show and Printing Processes Group Winner awards went to Collotype Labels (Italy) for its Americano Gancia label.
When the government permitted a short note alongside the address on pictorial postcards in 1897, the General Post Office and the printing industry saw a huge boost in business, which coincided with Valentine's success in collotype printing, a lithographic technique that mechanically reproduced images to print as postcards.