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presswork

[′pres‚wərk]
(engineering)
The entire range of bending and drawing operations in the cold forming of sheet metal products.
(graphic arts)
In printing, the actual operation of putting ink on paper; this activity is preceded by composition and perhaps platemaking, and is followed by binding.
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ROF 59 has been built on the site of the former Presswork Metals factory after Finley Structures invested more than PS1.
The former Presswork Metals building is one of the original World War Two munitions factories that still exist on Aycliffe Business Park.
Other added entries focus on the mechanics of hand- and machine-press printing, recognizing that as publishing becomes increasingly digital, the understanding of presswork is likely to be unfamiliar to the new bibliophile.
With a FDA compliant composition, the OAK DRAW 503 promotes optimum presswork efficiency with minimal maintenance requirements.
Rauch's industrial capabilities range from assembly and fabrication to machining, welding, presswork, secondary operations, painting, inspecting, testing and bulk mailing, says plant manager Tony Euler.
Fineblanking achieves accuracies and surface quality rarely associated with presswork, redrawing the level of detail presswork can achieve.
Lithographs were faster to print than engravings - the presswork was simpler and the ink dried more quickly, although the printing surfaces wore out more easily (a point well illustrated on pp.
Brown emphatically stresses that to be successful a fine print must involve not only exacting presswork but a touch of artistic alchemy; as the examples illustrated here prove, at Crown Point both have been in remarkably good supply.
A printer's shop, however -- which required good lighting for the setting of type and presswork -- might have been located on the top floor of the dwelling.
Students will get hands-on experience in desktop publishing (Macintosh), camera, stripping, platemaking, presswork and bindery.
WASHINGTON -- Leading metalforming manufacturers from the United States, Asia, Latin America and Europe will hear from industry giants and discuss the top challenges facing the industry worldwide at the 16th International Congress of Sheet Metal Presswork Associations (ICOSPA) September 14-17 in Grand Rapids, MI.
The Mechanical Requirements Consist Of Computer Work, Presswork And Binding.