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print·a·ble

 (prĭn′tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Capable of being printed or of producing a print: printable negatives.
2. Fit for publication: printable language.

print′a·bil′i·ty n.

printable

(ˈprɪntəbəl)
adj
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) capable of being printed or of producing a print
2. (Journalism & Publishing) suitable for publication
ˌprintaˈbility, ˈprintableness n

print•a•ble

(ˈprɪn tə bəl)

adj.
1. capable of being printed.
2. suitable for publication; fit to print.
[1830–40]
print`a•bil′i•ty, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.printable - fit for publication because free of material that is morally or legally objectionable; "printable language"
unprintable - unfit for print because morally or legally objectionable or offensive to good taste; "an unprintable epithet"; "unprintable pictures"
Translations

printable

[ˈprɪntəbl] ADJimprimible

printable

[ˈprɪntəbəl] adjpubliableprinted circuit board ncarte f à circuit impriméprinted matter nimprimés mplprinted word n
the printed word → la chose imprimée

printable

adjdruckfähig; photographabzugsfähig, reproduzierbar

printable

[ˈprɪntəbl] adjstampabile
what he said is not printable! (hum) → ciò che ha detto non è ripetibile!
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Several globally known food and beverage outlets such as Starbucks and McDonalds prefer disposable hot cups & lids made up of paper for serving beverages due to high printability and wide economic availability.
The film is available for both thermal and wet lamination in 32 and 20 microns, respectively, and offers excellent printability with offset, UV offset, screen, UV inkjet and laser printing.
The second is a filament with a better strength than existing polyaryletherketone (PAEK) materials and better printability for fused filament fabrication processes (FFS/FDM).
The study also focuses on riboflavin cross-linking and pH before, during and after gelation and directly correlated these findings to printability.
Citation: Nicole Diamantides et al., "Correlating rheological properties and printability of collagen bioinks: the effects of riboflavin photocrosslinking and pH," Biofabrication, Volume 9, Number 3, online 5 July 2017, DOI: 10.1088/1758 -5090/aa780f
Specific properties, like gas barrier, puncture resistance, printability, sealability and more, are controlled by choice of the layers used to construct a barrier film.
While traditionally acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS) resin has been used in FDM printers for industrial applications, personal desktop printers started with ABS but gradually shifted to PLA (polylactic acid) due to its green reputation, bio-compostability, and pleasant smell, as well as its low shrinkage and good printability. However, PLA-based materials used in FDM printers are far from perfect.
The products were developed using an original and proprietary particle-free formulation that is claimed to lead to more cost-effective and trouble-free processing; more durable traces that withstand bending and flexing; adherence to the full range of substrates; good conductivity; excellent printability; and improved sustainability due to its water-based composition.
IGT Testing Systems has released a new version of the IGT F1 printability tester for flexo inks.
Additional features include: advanced temperature monitoring, fully automated operation, data transfer and printability and calibration capability.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers used nanoclay and calcium carbonate particles to improve surface properties of paper, including smoothness and printability, as well as optical properties of printing papers.