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the act or process of publishing printed matter

the entire number of copies of a publication printed from a single typesetting

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Nevertheless, when one tries to collect in one's mind a comprehensive image of the total products of printing down to our own days, does not that total appear to us like an immense construction, resting upon the entire world, at which humanity toils without relaxation, and whose monstrous crest is lost in the profound mists of the future?
Manual printing tables handle sizes from 22 x 30 in.
Printing was free for students, who seemed to print anything and everything.
A growing number of insurers and financial services companies are using on-demand digital printing to personalize information for customers as well as to combat rising marketing and printing costs.
These reports are vital in helping reduce the cost of printing that has escalated to the equivalent of 40% of a company's cost of labor.
Xerox, an early entrant in the arena, estimates that the multibillion-dollar digital printing market grows more than 10% each year.
Statistics from the printing industry seem to support his belief.
0, is Praised as "an Excellent Solution to Ease Printing Problems in a Windows Terminal Server or Citrix Presentation Server Environment"
Options include automatic feeding, flame treatment, uv curing onor-off mandrel, expandable mandrels, automatic restacking, and printing with handles installed.
As one of the most traditional printing processes, offset printing faces the biggest challenge from new digital processes; but these changes do not mean the end of a technology that stands as one of our society's true landmark developments.
Elizabeth Eisenstein's observation in The Printing Press as an Agent of Change: Communications and Cultural Transformations in Early-Modern Europe that the western world would have to wait a "a full century after Gutenberg before the outlines of a new world picture begin to emerge into view" (1:33) necessarily locates originary studies of the cultural implications of printing and books in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and accounts for the visible presence of studies on "print culture" among recent publications in Renaissance studies.
According to research firm InfoTrends, 90 percent of companies don't know what they're spending on internal desktop printing and network printing.
Custom-built printing, hot-stamping, screen-printing and decorating machinery.