New technology transforms graphic arts

Scarlett, Terry
April 1994
American Printer;Apr94, Vol. 213 Issue 1, p76
Trade Publication
Discusses technological developments in the graphic arts and printing industries. Electronic prepress; Digital camera with direct-to-disk capabilities; Digital direct-to-plate technology; Sheet-fed printing equipment; Camera control; Web offset; Digital offset printing; Stochastic screening.


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