intaglio printing


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intaglio printing

[in′tal·yō ′print·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
A printing method in which the printing elements are all below the plate surface, having been cut, scratched, engraved, or etched into the metal to form ink-retaining grooves or cups; surplus ink on the surface must be wiped or scraped off after each inking and before each printing impression.
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"As holograms have become more marketing devices than security, given the copying that occurs in some countries, it is difficult for a consumer to tell whether a hologram is real or not." As a result, VeriTrack is using intaglio printing for labels using color shifting inks, which are readily available these days.
From 1889, after the procurement of new equipment, the letterpress printing of the obverse was carried out in Trondheim, as was the intaglio printing from 1891.
Such features include novel substrates such as polymer with clear windows that include embossed and printed security features (10); embedded security threads, including ones that glow different colors under ultraviolet (UV) light (11); high-relief raised intaglio printing; extra color features on bills; magnetic ink; and various embedded machine-readable features.
bills in 1863, incorporating deterrents such as the seal of the Treasury Department, fine-line intaglio printing, and a distinctive paper with embedded red and blue fibers.
The second printmaking process is called intaglio printing, in which the image areas are depressed below the surface of the plate.
Other security features include intaglio printing in the portrait, the eagle feather that changes colour on tilting, and a small window in the shape of a maple leaf, with an achromatic foil that makes the leaf look three dimensional from the front and from the rear displays multiple 10s.
On a genuine bank note, you would feel the smooth and embossed texture of the note due to intaglio printing."
* learn about relief and intaglio printing. * assemble, ink and print a collagraph plate.
The falcon on the reverse side of the note is made smaller, and there is no intaglio printing on the reverse side of the banknote.
Sekuworks, Harrison, OH, USA, has integrated multiple security technologies, including currency secure intaglio printing, holography, rotary screen printing, variable data and code insertion.