Key - Printing


  • Key color (typically black), in the CMYK color model
  • Keyline, a dark line separating color elements in four-color printing
  • Key plate, a plate which prints the detail in an image, often using the color black
  • Chroma key, a method to superimpose several video layers using areas of a defined color as a mask

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Hieromonk Makarije
... died after 1528, Hilandar monastery) is the founder of Serbian and Romanian printing, having printed the first book in Serbian language and the first book ... The origins of printing in Serbia are linked to the press established in Obod, near Cetinje, in 1493 by Đurađ Crnojević, the ledest son of Ivan ... He dispatched a monk Makarije to Venice to purchase a printing press and learn the trade of printing ...
Printing - Printed Electronics
... Printed electronics is the manufacturing of electronic devices using standard printing processes ...
Medieval Technology - Civil Technologies - Printing, Paper and Reading
... Movable type printing press (1440s) Invented by Johannes Gutenberg ... His great innovation was not the printing itself, but instead of using readily-carved plates as before, he used separate letters (types) from which the printing plates for pages were made up ...
... Polyester Piña Ramie Rayon Sea silk Silk Sisal Spandex Spider silk Wool Finishing and printing Androsia Batik Beetling Bingata Bògòlanfini Calendering Decatising Finishing Fulling Heatsetting Mercerization ...
Mobile Imaging And Printing Consortium
... Mobile Imaging and Printing Consortium is a non-profit industry association formed to promote the usage of mobile devices with digital cameras, particularly camera phones, and the printing of ... of the software and hardware used to communicate between mobile devices with cameras and printing devices through collaboration and the implementation of ... It sees direct printing, without the usage of a computer, as highly desirable ...

Famous quotes containing the word printing:

    The printing press was at first mistaken for an engine of immortality by everybody except Shakespeare.
    Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)

    It seems not more reasonable to leave the right of printing unrestrained, because writers may be afterwards censured, than it would be to sleep with doors unbolted, because by our laws we can hang a thief.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    Before printing was discovered, a century was equal to a thousand years.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)