process printing

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proc·ess printing

 (prŏs′ĕs′, prō′sĕs′)
Printing from multiple halftone images, each inked with a different color such that the composite impression will reproduce the colors of the original.

process printing

(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a method of making reproductions of a coloured picture, usually by using four halftone plates for different coloured inks

proc′ess print`ing

a method of printing almost any color by using a limited number of separate color plates, as yellow, magenta, cyan, and black, in combination.
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Noun1.process printing - a method of printing colored reproductions from halftone platesprocess printing - a method of printing colored reproductions from halftone plates
printing process, printing - reproduction by applying ink to paper as for publication

process printing

n (Typ) → Vierfarbendruck m
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Augustine with unique capabilities of printing up to 5 individual colors, as well as four color process printing, heat transfers, and endless special effects printing.
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Willoughby, Ohio - Kase 908 sidewall printer for dairy cups and containers is a nine-color unit that can reproduce line, halftone, or process printing.
This company, part of the UK packaging giant, Bemis Co Inc, was recognised for their work by being awarded prizes in two categories - Process Printing on Wide Web non Polyethylene and Screen Printing on non Polyethylene.

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