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print room

In English 18th cent. interiors and derivatives, a room decorated by affixing prints to the walls.
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I have a print room in the house but since having that studio built I have been concentrating on my painting and it feels like it's really flourished and grown.
Of Multifunction Photocopier Machines For Print Room And Hr-Es, Core-7, Scope Complex, New Delhi.
Instead, look at it the other way - hang a stunning artwork in situ and build your perfect pastels print room around it, using it as the basis for a colour palette.
After the upcoming winter season's designs are approved, each graphic file is sent to the in-house print room adjacent to the main factory floor, equipped with four 44-inch SureColor F6070 printers, one 64-inch SureColor F7070 printer, and heat transfer presses.
There they say the iPads, which have now been bought for another 27 council staff, have saved PS62,750 so far - more than half of which comes from the loss of a print room role.
Brogan Fuels overlooks the house from a couple of their windows, but luckily for the thieves it is the print room that overlooks the house and it isn't somewhere people spend much time in.
He worked for 45 years at Cranston Print Works retiring as Print Room Supervisor in 1984.
On an average week, Huntapac completes 1,800 label checks, which, using the traditional pen and paper method, would have taken approximately 60 hours to complete; 40 hours for the QC to validate the label information and a further 20 hours for the Print Room manager to verify the validation.
The invitation-only event will include drinks in Avenue bar, and luncheon held in the hotel's Print Room.
She felt a particular connection to the Museum's print room service, which allows any work in store to be made accessible by appointment.
Prinect provided vital connectivity from pre-press to print room and back again, allowing the company to progress towards achieving ISO 12467 colour management accreditation, a key industry milestone.