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contact print

n.
A print made by exposing a photosensitive surface in direct contact with a photographic negative.

contact print

n
(Photography) a photographic print made by exposing the printing paper through a negative placed directly onto it

con′tact print`


n.
a photographic print made by placing a negative directly in contact with sensitized paper, with their emulsion surfaces facing, and exposing them to light. Compare projection print.

contact print

A print made from a negative or a diapositive in direct contact with sensitized material.
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Noun1.contact print - a print made by exposing a photosensitive surface to direct contact with a photographic negative
print - a picture or design printed from an engraving
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On contact printing. The lack of a solid PCB-to-stencil gasket will result in improper aperture filling and nonuniform release, which can present a range of potential defects, not the least of which is bridging.
Request for quotations : purchase of the registration and exposure unit (contact printing)
In the case of the positive patterns of P3HT (i.e., same patterns as the PDMS pillar arrays), the PDMS molds were used as stamps for direct contact printing of the polymer, as shown in Figure 1.
printing a first colored region to the first precursor web using contact printing at a contact printing station; d.
Maracas, "Large area submicrometer contact printing using a contact aligner," Langmuir, vol.
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ARRAYit's patented contact printing platform and consumables reportedly empower a wide range of synergistic applications with Illumina, including multi-patient genotyping, high-sensitivity gene expression analysis, serum-based protein diagnostics, affordable consumer testing and many others.
In general, nanocomposite solutions are used for thin ink-jet printing, and pastes are used for thick screen and contact printing.
Traditional printing technologies are classified into two categories: 1) contact printing, which includes letterpress, gravure, flexography, offset and screen printing, and 2) noncontact printing, such as micro-dispensing, jetting and "off contact" screen printing.
Most uncured extrusions are still marked with a 24" (circumference) contact printing wheel that applies pigmented ink.