Traducción de lithography en Español:


litografía, n.

Pronunciación /lɪˈθɒɡrəfi//ləˈθɑɡrəfi/


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    litografía femenino
    • For an artist to be able to inspire poetry of the eye while employing a multilayered technical process as complicated as lithography, that's sheer genius.
    • The approach uses lithography to etch a pattern onto the platter.
    • Over 10,000 means that we could switch from letter press to offset lithography, a process which depends on the immiscibility of greasy ink and water on a lithographic plate.
    • In the past, we've seen her deriving images from the media, sandblasting text and images onto mirror surfaces and working with photo-serigraphy and lithography.
    • For graphics on paperboard cartons, users request flexography, lithography and hot stamping as well as thermochromatic and food-contact inks.
    • The Japanese government established a governmental printing department and lithography was used by the Japanese army.
    • Imprint lithography also involves fewer process steps, further reducing the overall cost of the technology.
    • He also had international exposure as he studied intaglio printmaking lithography and ceramics in Israel.
    • Invented in the late 18th century, stone or plate lithography uses an inked slab of limestone or a specially treated metal plate to transfer an image to paper.
    • Touch plates or added color embellishments are not uncommon in offset lithography.
    • Imprint lithography is a process in which a liquid is dispensed onto a substrate.
    • In 1888 there were more than 100 publishers in Tokyo alone who used lithography.
    • The actual process of printing by offset lithography is not new, but has been hugely refined in terms of quality and speed.
    • In conventional lithography, features that are not anchored are washed away in intermediate development steps.
    • In offset lithography, a printing process commonly used for mass production, the image is taken from the plate by a rubber roller that then transfers the image to the paper.
    • Traditional fakes come from a process called offset lithography that produces phony dollars without the ‘raised ink’ feel of genuine bills.
    • "The standard quality for most contemporary maps is offset lithography," he said.
    • Printing on aluminum foil can be accomplished by any commercial process, including rotogravure, flexography, lithography, and letterpress.
    • The main types of printmaking are screenprinting, lithography, intaglio and relief.