whiteprint


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white·print

 (wīt′prĭnt′, hwīt′-)
n.
A photomechanical copy, usually of a line drawing, in which black or colored lines appear on a white background.
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Benefits mainly include - The performance benefits whiteprint: drawing plans, achieving against-layers of cons-raffles, against-shots, prints on special paper- Reproduction of administrative and technical issues,- Making copies of texts, maps,- The execution of works of photographic reproduction,- The acquisition of supplies necessary for the composition of the records,- The layout and formatting of files from templates files offered by the contracting authority.