Presses

Some articles on presses:

Tajne Wojskowe Zakłady Wydawnicze - History
... Before that period, underground presses had to rely on small, amateurish printing presses ... scene in occupied Poland, by building new underground presses, and organizing the entire network ... had twelve underground centers, including eight printing presses, as well as a bookbinding center, an offset printing center, a foreign-language publication center, and a chemigraphy (zincography ...
Thermal Grill Illusion
... When someone presses a hand against the grill, he or she experiences the illusion of burning heat ... But if the person presses against only a cool bar, only coolness is experienced if the person presses against only a warm bar, only warmth is experienced ...
Chandler & Price
... a series of hand-fed platen jobbing presses, as well as an automatic feeder for these presses (the Rice Feeder), paper cutters, book presses, and assorted equipment ... and only Chandler Price and Brandtjen and Kluge continued to make open platen (Gordon) presses ... Chandler Price ceased production of presses in 1964 ...
Mechanical Powder Press - Context Between Ceramic Compaction Technology and Design Principles of The Mechanical Presses
... the ceramic compaction technology and the design principles of the mechanical presses ... of a speed-proportional compaction relation with pure mechanical presses is very difficult to realize and high mechanical investments are necessary ... The design principles of particularly mechanical powder presses, explained in a dissertation of Dr.B.Froherz offer some base confrontation of advantages and disadvantages related to technology and presses especially ...

Famous quotes containing the word presses:

    Gratitude is a fickle thing, indeed. A person taking aim presses the weapon to his chest and cheek, but when he hits, he discards it with indifference.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)

    Peer pressure is not a monolithic force that presses adolescents into the same mold. . . . Adolescents generally choose friend whose values, attitudes, tastes, and families are similar to their own. In short, good kids rarely go bad because of their friends.
    Laurence Steinberg (20th century)

    Break up the printing presses and you break up rebellion.
    Dudley Nichols, U.S. screenwriter. Jean Renoir. Mayor (Thurston Hall)