Definition of Flatbed press
1. Noun. A printing press where the type is carried on a flat bed under a cylinder that holds paper and rolls over the type.
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Literary usage of Flatbed press
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1. The American Library Annual: Including Index to Dates of Current Events (1918)
"2052 on the flatbed press. 805 periodicals had a subscription price of 2 marks quarterly, while 1366 were sold at i mark 50 and less per quarter. ..."
2. Trust Legislation: Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary House of by Henry De Lamar Clayton (1914)
"If we get an inquiry we will turn it over to you and you will sell the press; but you are not to sell any other flatbed press in there. ..."
3. ... The Boy with the U. S. Inventors by Francis William Rolt-Wheeler (1920)
""America, at this time, was still using the flatbed press. But, as the country began to grow, as newspapers increased their subscription lists, ..."