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identifying mark left by part of an animal's anatomy. The print left by the nasolabial plane is sometimes used as an identification.
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Many sizes of products can be run on the same printing system because of easy adjustments and simple tooling changes.
Clearly, the chaotic nature of the printing processes needed to be improved, so the school worked with Xerox Global Services (www.
On-demand printing, also widely referred to across the industry as print-on-demand, is a fully digital printing platform that combines the use of images and text created by stored electronic files and traditional printing methods to personalize information and print small quantities cost effectively.
Print Manager Plus lets the administrator enter a different page cost per printer (such as for more expensive color printers) and account for exact printing costs per user or printer.
Johns also should have known more of the scholarship on English printing and textual studies that grounds Douglas Brooks's work.
The digital press is a computer-driven machine that pulls images from electronic files rather than printing plates.
The volume of commercial printing also is growing worldwide, according to the U.
0 to be an excellent solution to ease printing problems in a Windows Terminal Server or Citrix Presentation Server environment," explained Patrick Rouse, President, Session Computing Solutions, LLC.
Laser, ink-jet, offset printing, etching, pin-marking and stamping machines and systems are long-lasting, user-friendly and reliable.
Digital Printing: Creatives and Publishers examines and evaluates the current levels of adoption of digital and variable-data printing in the graphic design and publishing markets.