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lithograph

[′lith·ə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
Originally, a reproduction of a writing sample or a drawing made from a litho stone onto which the writing or drawing had been drawn with a greasy ink or crayon; now, a reproduction from litho metal plates produced by photolithography and run on an offset press.
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The Lithographic Mode is expected to be further improved in 2013 with the introduction of a non-coherent illumination source for the micro-display that will result in super low-noise optical structures, free of any nano-scale imperfections arising from laser speckle.
Not surprisingly, customer interest is high," said Frank Rill, lithographic sheet sales and marketing director for Novelis.
This helpful booklet provides guidelines for producing consistent and cost effective lithographic printing on corrugated.
The lithographic, or imaging, system from ASML prints circuit information on silicon wafers and is used to make integrated circuits.
We have enjoyed a great working relationship with Artistic Innovations in the past, and we look forward to utilizing their expertise to expand our business and produce high-quality lithographic prints for our affinity guests," said Harry Dolman of DCP.
George Martin, the band's longtime producer, will put up to auction the first lithographic score, containing Beatles member Paul McCartney's autograph as well as his own, from June 14.
Lithographic inks will remain the leading type of printing ink, accounting for 43 percent of the market in the year 2004.
The press uses standard photopolymer plates or waterless lithographic plates.
Contract awarded for lithographic printing 10,000 leaflets mothers conflict to use the various units of the national council for adoptions
Inksolutions has put Henry and Jay Brooks together to utilize their past experiences to set up this black dispersion operation in the same style as Inksolutions has supplied varnish, overprints and additives to the lithographic ink market--high quality tailored products that the customers need and want.
The new facility will offer gravure printing with in-line embossing and cutting and creasing in addition to the lithographic printing and finishing services provided by the existing plant.