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rotogravure:

see printingprinting,
means of producing reproductions of written material or images in multiple copies. There are four traditional types of printing: relief printing (with which this article is mainly concerned), intaglio, lithography, and screen process printing.
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rotogravure

[¦rōd·ə·grə¦vyu̇r]
(graphic arts)
A print made by the intaglio process, using a rotary press.
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The company has three process-focused facilities: Rotogravure Printing and Laminating, Flexographic Printing and Laminating, and Engineered Laminations and Coatings.
Therefore, most factories of flexible packaging and rotogravure printing industry are integrated with food manufacturing industry such as instant noodle, biscuit, candy and coffee powder industries.
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The Flipz graphics come to life thanks to the exceptional detail of the seven color rotogravure printing. The label is finished with a high gloss lacquer, giving the can an eye-catching shine and making it impossible to miss and difficult to resist.
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Natural pattern realism is the result of Mannington Commercial's patented NatureForm[TM] Surface Embossing Technology and Rotogravure Printing Process.
A Tetra Pak spokeswoman said: ``The Tetra Pak organisation responsible for operations in Europe and Africa has taken the decision to cease using the rotogravure printing process in its factories in order to improve the competitiveness of its carton systems and improve long-term success in the marketplace.
Color reproduction was not possible under the rotogravure printing process, but the pictures were always so much better than those on newsprint.
Its Radisson, New York, rotogravure printing plant added $15 million in capacity this year.
Several of the 26 or so that remain are magazines in name only, since to save money they have converted from slick-paper rotogravure printing to common newsprint.
The early ones, those published between 1958 and 1967, used a commercially available rotogravure printing process, giving his highly cropped and manipulated black-and-white images a texture, depth, and richness unequalled by standard black-and-white screened printing.