Definition of Process printing
1. Noun. A method of printing colored reproductions from halftone plates.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Process Printing
Literary usage of Process printing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Chapters on Papermaking by Clayton Beadle (1908)
"ART PAPERS AS APPLIED TO process printing. Art — Imitation art— Nature of surface — Nature of fibres — Minerals used — Preparation and application of ..."
2. The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America by Bibliographical Society of America (1922)
"Such are the "collotype" process, printing in printers' ink on non-sensitized paper, from photographs on gelatine plates or negatives. ..."
3. Reports of Scotch Appeals in the House of Lords A. D. 1851 to 1873: With by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords (1895)
"Stewart 450 -Process—Printing Record—The appellant, in an appeal to the House of ... Process—Printing Record—The appellant omitted to print in his case the ..."
4. Library of Advertising by Axel Petrus Johnson (1911)
"Lithography, rubber-engraved process printing, three- color process printing, photogravure, the decalcomania process and embossing, all produce their ..."
5. Reports of Scotch Appeals in the House of Lords A. D. 1851 to 1873: With by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords (1895)
"Appeal to House of Lords—Process—Printing Record—The appellant, in an appeal to the House the respondent : H ELD, That the omission was not sufficient to ..."