print processes

print processes

[′print ‚prä‚ses·əz]
(graphic arts)
Three general print processes: relief process, in which the printing areas stand above the surface of the plate; intaglio process, in which the printing areas fall below the surface of the plate; and planographic process, in which there is no appreciable difference between the level of the printing areas and the general surface.
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