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growth of photo-engraving.

L. E. Levy

growth of photo-engraving.

by L. E. Levy

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Paper read at the 20th annual convention of the International Association of Manufacturing Photo-Engravers, Philadelphia, June 23 1916.

ContributionsInternational Association of Manufacturing Photo-Engravers. Convention,
The Physical Object
Paginationp. 25-27
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19557525M

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Indeed photo-engraving and zinc etching would have come into popular use more rapidly than they have, if printers had been willing to give them the special “making-ready” attention they require. Despite all prejudice and indifference, “process-engraving” so called, has made continuous improvement ever since it came into use, and the.

Modern photoengraving techniques. In terms of cost, engraving methods range in ascending order as follows: line engravings; halftone engravings; combination line-and-halftone engravings; single-colour, two-colour, and duotone engravings; and process colourplates.

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