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overprint

additional matter, other than a change in face value, applied to a finished postage stamp by printing, stamping, etc.

overprint

[′ō·vər‚print]
(geochemistry)
A complete or partial disturbance of an isolated radioactive system by thermal, igneous, or tectonic activities which results in loss or gain of radioactive or radiogenic isotopes and, hence, a change in the radiometric age that will be given the disturbed system.
(geology)
The development or superposition of metamorphic structures on original structures. Also known as imprint; metamorphic overprint; superprint.
(graphic arts)
To imprint over something that has been printed.
To apply a varnish or lacquer to printed matter from a type or litho process, by means of a brush, spray, or roller coating.
To print in a primary color over an existing color print to obtain a compound shade.
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Another consideration: enclosed media printing, which can provide uniformly controlled solder paste pressure, and eliminate the need for step stencils, overprinting and two-print methods.
When they are applied in the proper sequence, these new inks can overlap without mixing for a limited number of impressions-although no more than 40% screen coverage can be attained when overprinting wet-on-wet.
The official claimed the overprinting of tax seals was being done by somebody 'inside' the NPO.
The subsurface presence of salt marl of the Pre-Cambrian Salt Range Formation is the cause of this structural overprinting.
Prati's product line for self-adhesive label print-finishing includes machinery for inspection, diecutting, matrix waste removal, rewinding, slitting, and overprinting.
As experts in continuous ink jet (CIJ), drop-on-demand (DOD), thermal-transfer overprinting (TTO), array, and laser technologies, Videojet has over 275,000 units installed worldwide.
Available in the full range of Pantone colors, in four color process sets, and special fade-resistant formulations, the ink is also compatible with hot foil and thermal transfer overprinting.
The SPA 720 forms a magazine loop after overprinting, enabling labels to be applied at linear speeds of up to 30m/min or as many as 260 labels per minute.
They reason that while UV flexo has grown rapidly in recent years, there are still compatibility issues when it comes to overprinting UV flexo inks at high press speeds onto a white background printed with rotary screen inks.
Information for overprinting, including ingredients, use by dates and other variables can come from a PC, network connection or, for areas where PCs are not desirable, the system can operate from its own intelligent memory without a PC attached.
They have recently installed Thermo Allen's freestanding overpriater, 4ACC Carton Coder, because it is ideal for overprinting half sleeves designed to wrap around the pot and lid of a new product line developed for a supermarket chain.
It offers flexible in-house overprinting of variable information.