What Does A Printing Press Do?


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Without the printing press we'd never have the humble newspaper. They were first created in Germany way back in the 14 hundreds. You may have heard of the Gutenberg press? This was created by Johannes Gutenburg - who was a goldsmith who pioneered the construction of the first print press.

The first newspapers believe it or not were created back in Julius Caesar's time and were carved in stone!! This is a far cry from the advanced newspaper print machines (for example) that use large towers to output 1000s of newspapers a second.
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The printing press is a device that allows for the mass production of uniform printed matter, mainly text in the form of books, pamphlets and newspapers. Created in China and revolutionizing society there, the press was further developed in Europe in the 15th Century.

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There are different types of printing press.  The most common care flat sheet litho presses.  The litho press uses an etched plate to lay down an image onto a sheet of paper.

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