service of the National Press editions for the Official State Gazette Agency during 2014 (2 equal Lots)
In the time of phototypesetting
, the computerization process was taken over by the big type foundries with the respective copyrights.
From a four-page black and white broadsheet created on linotype machines which cast type in full lines using hot lead by an army of printers, to the modern phototypesetting
process printing full colour papers - from typewriters to computers, from horse-drawn carts to vans delivering the papers which can also be 'wired' out to all corners of the globe.
29) His volume ends without covering offset printing, phototypesetting
, photocopying, or computer-generated texts.
Founded in 1889 as a school for book printers with affiliations to type-setting and bookbinding, the establishment saw major changes with the switch from hot metal to phototypesetting
Subsequent experimentation and commercial production of phototypesetting
equipment by firms in America and Europe occurred during the 1940s and 1950s.
And, in 1967, they began the revolutionary process of going from "hot type" to "cold type," from using Linotype machines that cast hot-metal slugs to phototypesetting
machines that composed type on film or photosensitized paper.
The most advanced method of typesetting uses electronic phototypesetting
equipment (1978-79 edition, p.
Inevitably, a continuing drive for greater efficiency in the publishing world doomed the hot lead machine, supplanted by computerized phototypesetting