jobbing printer

jobbing printer

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a person who prints mainly commercial and display work rather than books or newspapers
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jobbing printer

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A prolific jobbing printer at Deptford Bridge, Greenwich, Elizabeth Delahoy struggled and ran a boarding house to supplement her printing business.
High street jobbing printer Printing.com has turned in a profit for the first time since joining the third tier Ofex stock market two years ago.
"Obviously your average jobbing printer is not able at the moment to convert his Heidelberg equipment to a printer for making electronic materials," said Stuart Evans, chief executive, Plastic Logic Ltd., which is developing technologies for ink jet printing of plastic electronics.
The Express & Chronicle newspaper group was then bought by the Examiner and the print works became an independent jobbing printers.