line printing

line printing

[′līn ‚print·iŋ]
(computer science)
The printing of an entire line of characters as a unit.
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Hi-Thane A-890K is recommended for high speed line printing where high color strength is required.
The Class 7 Clean Rooms are now equipped with a total of eight moulding machines, beside the press automation, in line printing and other technical services, all producing a great variety of med-tech parts; from DNA trays to needle holders, endoscopy products, medical tubing and many other med-tech devices.
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Active, which was launched last year at the Currency Conference in Vancouver, Canada, is based on micro-lenticular technology combined with microscopic fine line printing. The result is a window thread with a clear and high contrast colour shifting effect, along with images of 20 and NBP that change from light to dark (ie.
Genuine notes have a metallic thread embedded in the paper and when the note is held up to the light the thrd appears as a bold continuous line Printing. Raised print is used in some of the features on genuine banknotes and should feel slightly rough to the touch.
Jessops has collapsed, in part, because smartphones and tablets offer brilliant quality for the amateur photographer so there is no need for those customers to buy a second product and there are many cheap on line printing services available.
In the label sector, XSYS Print Solutions provided UV flexo inks to the winning label samples in the categories labels plastic process and labels plastic line printing.
Through experiences using line printing, young students explore spatial relationships, multiple ways to solve problems, geometric thinking, and even the structure of the alphabet.
Other options include a 'no product--'no bag" function, a 'misplaced product safety" function, a print registration photocell and various end of line printing solutions.
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The TJ225 offers all of these capabilities, plus four line printing and barcode printing as standard.