intaglio printing

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Noun1.intaglio printing - a printing process that uses an etched or engraved plateintaglio printing - a printing process that uses an etched or engraved plate; the plate is smeared with ink and wiped clean, then the ink left in the recesses makes the print
printing process, printing - reproduction by applying ink to paper as for publication
photogravure - printing from an intaglio plate prepared by photographic methods
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The notes have some intaglio printing, which gives them relief marks that can be felt.
"These new generation banknotes are special because they are printed through Intaglio printing technology.
class="font-size--16 MsoNormalTHE FEATURES class="font-size--16 MsoNormalMr Gunn explained that genuine US currency contains red and blue fibres, intaglio printing, typographic printing, a security thread, watermark, colour shifting ink, micro printing, a 3D security ribbon and a colour shifting bell.
I was introduced to Intaglio printing in upper high school, close to college.
For a genuine bank note you need to feel the smooth and embossed texture of the note due to intaglio printing."
Based on the these specifications, Formas Inteligentes has created a secure validation system that includes four-colour intaglio printing; variable digital printing with touch-sensitive relief; RFID and NFC technology; full-colour proprietary two-dimensional codes with anti-copy technology; high-security paper with light- and water-reactive security features; latest generation holographic features with electronic verification capability; variable holographic numbering (see image on page 1); colour-shifting inks; and open platform middleware with block coding, iOS and Android applications for tablet and smartphone, with support for RFID, NFC and proprietary 2D codes.
Twelve states require intaglio printing for documents, and they suddenly found themselves without a supplier and unable to properly issue certain documents such as birth, marriage and death certificates.
The banknotes will include new tactile features fengraved in bleed-off intaglio printing on the edge of the banknotes' short sides.
The banknotes will include new tactile features for the blind and sight impaired, engraved in bleed-off intaglio printing on the edge of the banknotes' short sides.
Intaglio printing (gravure printing, steel engraving) is currently an obligatory way to protect banknotes and other types of products in majority of the world countries due to its ability to provide relief image elements with high tactile effect (portray, inscriptions, digital denomination, micro text) [1].
He traces the development of intaglio printing (in which a lowered surface carries the design, as in etching, engraving, mezzotint and photogravure) over 600 years in all its manifestations, from the earliest emergence of proto-printmaking around 1400 until the year 2000.