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1 Printing Part 2 Desktop Publishing BSAT 321 M. Meche
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2 Where Should I Print My Job??
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3 Types of Printing Desktop Printers Photocopying Quick-Copy Offset Metal-Plate Offset/Imagesetting
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4 In-House
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5 Types of Printing: Printers Laser Printers Ink Jet Printers Dot Matrix Printers 1 – 10 Copies
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6 Types of Printing: Photocopy Photocopying Copy machines In office At copy center 10 – 100 Copies Larger Machines 1,000
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7 Print Shops
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8 Types of Printing: Quick-Copy Offset Quick-Copy Offset At a print shop Paper masters 100 – 1,000 Copies
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9 Types of Printing: Metal-Plate Metal-Plate Offset/Imagesetting Print shop Metal Masters Imagesetter 1,000 + Copies
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10 Steps for Metal Plate Printing 1. Camera-ready copy or computer layout 2. Take picture and make negative or print negative Color separation 1. Strip into flat (one for each color) 1. Burn plate(s) 2. Print 3.
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