Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing

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Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing
Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing
Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing
Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing
Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing
Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing
Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing
Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing
Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing
Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing
Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing

Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing
Title of your page goes here. Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing. This is a 334 page, 9 3/8 x 11 1/4, hardcover book titled and subtitled Modern Photoengraving / A Practical Textbook on Latest American Procedures. The book was written by Louis Flader and J. Mertle and was copyrighted and publish4ed in 1948 by Modern Photoengraving Publishers. Though not stated, this is a first edition. From the Authors Preface It is strange but true, that no standardized or systematic course or method of training beginners in photoengraving has ever been devised. Apprentices entering a photoengraving establishment are usually designated to learn and perfect themselves in but one branch of the craft. They are left largely upon their own resources to acquire the necessary kno9wlwdge and understanding and to develop their skill to the point where they become competent craftsmen. There has been no source at which they could obtain that information so necessary to complete understanding, and no study course in the science and practice of photoengraving has been available. Beginners learn by observation and imitation and by trial and error method, so costly and time-consuming. Letterpress printing in all its branches has also experienced many changes and improvements through the years, and today there is present a high degree of specialization, calling for intimate knowledge outside of photoengraving on the part of those who produce photoengraved printing plates. Specialization has also had its effect upon photoengravers, many of whom are perhaps expert in their respective branch, but know little or nothing about the branches of photoengraving which precede and follow their own in the process of production. The tendency to over-specialization is strong, and while no doubt this results in certain economies in shop procedure, a complete basic understanding of all branches of photoengraving is essential to every process engaged in the production of photoengravings. It is the ambition of the authors to place before those interested in a complete description of every part of the photoengraving process, including all the variations thereof in practice at this writing… This book will be equally useful to beginners and advanced workers. Following a twenty page Photoengraving Glossary and a four page Historical Introduction, chapter titles and subtitles are. Principles and Purpose of Photoengraving Definition of Photoengraving ; Utility ; Types of Printing Plates ; Requirements of Photoengraved Plates ; Commercial Printing ; Publication Printing v; Newspaper Printing ; Color Printing ; Future of Photoengraving. Originals for Reproduction Line Originals ; Halftone Originals ; Retouched Photographs ; Highlight Drawings ; Natural Halftone Originals ; Light Halftone Originals ; Heavy Halftone Originals ; Color Originals ; Proportioning of Originals ; Marking Originals ; Care of Originals. Gallery Equipment Process Lenses ; Lens Coverage ; Care of Lenses ; Process Cameras ; Camera Renovation ; Copyboards ; Transparency Holders ; Camera Lighting ; Image Reversers ; Halftone Screens ; Care of Halftone Screens ; Color Filters ; Vacuum Filmholders ; Stayflats ; Safelights ; Darkrooms. Negative Materials Wet Collodion Process ; Glass Washing ; Substratum ; Negative Collodion ; Callodionizing ; Sensitization (Silver Bath) ; Exposure ; Development ; Fixation ; Intensification-Reduction ; Collodion Emulsion ; Fryplates-Films ; Development ; Finegrain Developer ; Continuous Tone Developer (Normal Contrast) ; Continuous Tone Developer (Side Effects) ; Process Developers ; Hints on Development ; Shortstop Bath ; Fixation ; Intensification ; Reduction of Density ; Stripfilm ; Color Sensitive Materials. Line Photography Light ; optics (Principle of Lenses) ; Focusing ; Scale Focusing ; Line Exposures ; Lens Apertures ; Exposure Controls ; Line Positives ; Halftone Blowups. Halftone Photography Halftone Theory ; Screen Distance ; halftone Screen Coverage ; Screen Angles ; Diaphragm Controls ; Halftone Stops ; Halftone Exposures ; Flashing ; Coarse Screen Halftones ; Halftone Negative Analysis ; Halftone Tints ; Highlight Negatives ; Trick Halftone Effects (Exeltype, Shadowgraph, Screenline). Color Photography Color Contrast Photography ; Principle of Color Reproduction ; Color Filters ; Four-Color Process ; Preliminary Remarks ; Indirect Process ; Continuous Tone Separations ; Negative Processing ; Continuous Tone Positives ; Final Halftone Negatives ; Direct Halftone Process ; Color Transparency Reproduction ; Fluorescence Process ; Color Correction ; Color Composing ; Two-Color Reproduction. Stripping Wet Collodion Stripping ; Stripfilm Negatives ; Inserting ; Line-Halftone Combinations. Photoprinting Plate Whirlers ; Printing FramesPrinters ; Photoco9mposing Machines ; Printing Lamps ; StovesHeating Cabinets ; Photoengraving Metals ; Zinc ; Copper ; Brass ; Magnesium Alloys ; Gage of Metals ; Preparation of Metal ; Principle of Bichromated Sensitizers ; Humidity Effect ; Bichromated Albumin Process ; Cold Enamel Process (Cold Top) ; Glue Enamel Process ; Print Defects. Special Photoprintintg Methods Double PrintingSurprinting ; Negative (Reverse) Prints ; Glassprints. Line Etching Etching Tubs ; Etching Machines ; Powdering Cabinets ; Etching Pounder ; Nitric Acid (Etching Baths) ; Dragons Blood Process ; Etching Defects ; Rolup Halftones ; Bump-Up Halftones ; Alltone Process (Curved Newspaper Etchings). Halftone Etching Etching Machines ; Electrical Etching Machines ; Ferric Chlorid ; Scum Removal ; Print ExaminationSpotting ; Flat Etching ; Staging ; Reetching ; Vignetting ; Enamel Retopping ; Color Etching ; Halftone Etching Depths ; Deep Etching. Colorplates Photographic Posterizing ; Benday Process ; Multicolor Process ; Color Cartoons ; Fake Process Work ; Newscolor Plates. Finishing Finishers Tools ; Finishing Lineplates ; Halftone Finishing ; Vignetting ; Burnishing. Machining and Mounting Plates. Weighing and Measuring Avoirdupois Weight ; Apothecaries Weight ; Apothecaries Fluid Measure ; British Imperial Fluid ; Metric System ; Coins as Weights ; Percentage Solutions ; Platemaking and Printing Measurements ; Point System ; PicasEmsAgate Lines. Process Hygiene Ventilation ; Care of Hands ; Photoengraving Dermatoses ; Chromium Dermatosis ; Developer Dermatosis ; Acids ; Cyanids ; Solvents ; Care of Eyes. Condition The book includes numerous photographic picture illustrations throughout. The book is clean, complete and tightly bound. The gold front cover and spine edge print is faded on the dark green cover cloth. Other cover cloth wear consists of light scuffing, bumped but still sharp corners and crimping of the unsupported cloth at the spine edge extremes. A glued on label inside the front cover states This Copy of Modern Photoengraving is Presented by the Photoengravers Association as a Public Service and Aid to Vocational Education. There are no other markings in the book. Text pages are on quality gloss type paper. There are no torn, missing, loose, creased or marked pages. The book is in very good condition. The item “Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing” is in sale since Wednesday, March 4, 2020. This item is in the category “Business & Industrial\Printing & Graphic Arts\Printing & Graphic Essentials\Books & Manuals”. The seller is “bholdereyes” and is located in Lakewood, Ohio. 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Photoengraving Procedures Equipment Processes Letterpress Printing