platemaker

platemaker

(ˈpleɪtˌmeɪkə)
n
1. (Ceramics) ceramics someone who makes plates
2. (Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) armour someone who makes plate armour
3. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing someone who makes plates for printing or engraving
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Andrew Shaw, 39, started a company called The Platemaker from an address on Sunny Road, Southport, in 2011 to sell car license plates over the internet.
old platen press, a NuArc platemaker (the old fashioned method), a Robertson vertical camera, a light table, a 30" papercutter, a hole punch (weight 1/2 ton), a folder, and a drafting table.
10) Trissel designed the book with the computer and printed it through plates produced by the photopolymer platemaker.
They are an Adobe Solutions Provider and own a Ripit digital direct image platemaker.
The Brunswick City Council funded the purchase of an offset press and a platemaker, and it began operating at 'Shopfront 380' in Sydney Road, Brunswick, in November 1979.
David Willcock, executive producer for Spire Films, which is making the series on behalf of Channel 4, said: "Being a lancemaker was about as rewarding as being a platemaker for a Greek wedding.
It can be electronically dispatched across town or around the globe in PDF form to receive customer approval, quickly flicked back for any changes, then sent to a digital proofer, or direct to a digital platemaker.
Controlled by easy to use, flexible PlateMaker Windows based software, the MPH-48 uses positive liquid displacement to increase accuracy and precision down to sub-microliter volumes including controlled touch off pipetting.
Self-contained high-end (more than $100,000) production systems, which originate at an editor's terminal and terminate at an image setter and film recorder or platemaker, typically are difficult to cost-justify, either from an equipment or human resources standpoint.
Powers fixes Hoover's early character in the values of turn-of-the-century Washington, a small town in which blue-collar families like that of Dickerson Hoover--a government platemaker, son of a government printer--looked to the federal bureaucracy cracy as an oasis of prestige and respectability.
The product line includes process-free metal and polyester computer-to-plate imaging devices including the popular Impressia and PlateMaker lines.
The centerpieces of the A&V booth were the Screen Truepress L350UV inkjet label press and the Xeikon ThermoflexX 30 platemaker.