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Photo-Typesetting

  • John Jewkes
  • David Sawers
  • Richard Stillerman

Abstract

Photographic methods of preparing the masters from which copies can be printed — somewhat illogically called photo-typesetting, for type is not in fact employed — are beginning to make a significant impact on the printing industry. Several thousand machines are now in use and the rate of installation is accelerating.

Keywords

Photographic Method Printing Industry Metal Machine Aberdeen Prove Ground United States Government Printing 
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© John Jewkes, David Sawers and Richard Stillerman 1969

Authors and Affiliations

  • John Jewkes
  • David Sawers
  • Richard Stillerman

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