print position

print position

[′print pə‚zish·ən]
(computer science)
One of the positions on a printer at which a character can be printed.
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Among her six college internships were a print position at the Associated Press, an online producer position at the Washington Post and a multimedia position with the Baltimore Sun.
In addition, the printer/duplicator includes horizontal print position adjustment keys that allow the user to shift the vertical position of the print area by +/- 0.5" for more precise printing.
As newspapers fight to maintain their print position in an increasingly competitive market, promotion and discounts will eat into our increase on the circulation side, and the percent of revenue from circulation will continue to decline.
The company traditionally focuses its marketing efforts toward engineers in an effort to secure design wins and print position for its suppliers.
He noted that more and more artists who can't find a print position are doing work for the Web.
Such a system features a sensor that reads the image and compares the actual print position to the cylinder position.
It improved the DSI with 10 print positions for additional colours or coatings, and launched new inks.
Secondly, there's modularity in print positions. The DSI comes with four (CMYK) print heads as standard, although an additional six can be added.
The optimum method of inclusion removal with in-line filtration is to locate the filter in a specifically designed filter print positioned as close to the casting cavity as possible.
Secondly, there's modularity in print positions. The DSI comes with four print heads as standard, although an additional six can be added to enable options like digital white, giving a screen printing look and feel.