Definition of Blueprint paper
1. Noun. Sensitized paper used to make blueprints.
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Literary usage of Blueprint paper
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1. A French-English Dictionary for Chemists by Austin McDowell Patterson (1921)
"au cyano-fer, blueprint paper. — au ferro-prussiate, blueprint paper. ... Marion, blueprint paper (white lines on a blue ground). ..."
2. Blueprinting by John Frank Friese (1919)
"Weights of blueprint paper and Cloth.— Commercial papers are usually classified as to weight under four heads: extra thin, thin, medium thick and thick. ..."
3. Energy: Light, Heat & Sound by Don Robison, Jo Ellen Moor (1998)
"Place the blueprint paper on a folder or piece of cardboard for easy carrying. 2. Arrange a few of the small objects on the blueprint paper. 3. ..."
4. Mechanical Drawing: A Treatise on the Drawing of Mechanisms and Machine Details by Franklin Day Jones (1920)
"The blueprint paper before using should be kept in a tube or in some form ... Another kind of blueprint paper which is very sensitive is the kind used for ..."
5. Trade Foundations Based on Producing Industries (1919)
"A piece of blueprint paper tracing and in this position exposed either to ... The light produces a chemical change in the coating on blueprint paper, ..."
6. Carpentry and Contracting: A Practical Reference Work on Carpentry, Building by American Technical Society (1919)
"Blueprints are contact prints; that is, the blueprint paper and the working ... blueprint paper is a strong rather tough white paper coated with a solution ..."
7. Common Science by Carleton Wolsey Washburne (1920)
"In a dark room or closet, take a sheet of blueprint paper from the package, ... Hold the piece of blueprint paper under your waist or coat, to keep it dark ..."
8. Mechanical Drawing for Secondary Schools by Fred Duane Crawshaw, James David Phillips (1916)
"BLUEPRINTING FRAME blueprint paper. Instead of sending the tracing into the shop where it would soon be injured or worn out, prints are made, ..."