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collotype

(kŏl`ətīp'): 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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collotype

[′käl·ə‚tīp]
(graphic arts)
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Josef Albert in Munich began experiments in the mid 1870s using his collotype printing method.
The Marketing/End-Uses Group Winner is Collotype Labels North America Wines & Spirits (USA) for Dream No.
As a printmaker he had few competitors, whether in screenprint, etching, collotype, stone-lithography, offset, the Polaroid camera, or the photocopier - if a medium didn't exist for print, he would discover it.
Napa's Collotype prints the labels, which are applied at the Flora Springs estate bottling line.
COLLOTYPE LABELS USA TAKES THE TOP PRIZE in the 2014 TLMI Label Awards for its Girl & Dragon, 2013 Malbec Argentina wine label.
Collotype was a planographic method that yielded reproductions of high fidelity.
The Marketing/End-Uses Group Winner was Collotype Labels Griffith, Australia for De Bortoli Wines--La Boherne.
TLMI congratulates association members Collotype Labels, McDowell Label & Screen Printing and Smyth/Dow Industries for winning awards.
In addition to McDowell Label and Screen Printing, Best of Class winners are Collotype Labels Digital Department, Collotype Labels USA.
Strip printed by Collotype Digital on a reflective BOPP plastic film to reduce internal reflections that result from solid-colored backings
Among leading European converters, CCL, Reynders and Stratus all had booths at the show, Multi-Color was present but only via its Italian subsidiary Collotype Spa, and French market leader Autajon was nowhere to be seen.