detail printing

detail printing

[′dē‚tāl ‚print·iŋ]
(computer science)
The printing of information for each card as the card passes through the machine; the function is used to prepare reports that show complete detail about each card; during this listing operation, the machine adds, subtracts, cross-adds, or cross-subtracts, and prints many combinations of totals.
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The detail printing you see is what holds your gun in place.
For halftone printing, the 250SP screen achieves a raster of up to 60 l/cm, and is ideal for fine detail printing. Multiple colour runs that use special effects like metallic gold and silver or Iriodine for a high-lustre finish add value and create the unique looks favoured by high-end designers and retailers.
"These new markets are just now being discovered, but with the very high resolution of this type of printing and near to continuous tone appearance, you may expect to see new detail printing for specifications or possibly artwork reproductions," said Mr.