The History of Print


We wouldn’t be where we are today if it weren’t for decades of dedication to the printing process.

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A Brief History of Print

200 AD

Woodblock Carving


Stamps carved into blocks of wood.

1440

Printing Press


The first mass-production press. Perhaps the greatest invention of all time.

1796

Lithography


A process using oil and water.

1843

Rotary Press


Steam-powered, large, fast, and noisy.

1875

Offset Printing


Colors are separated then merged together.

1910

Screen Printing


Transfers design onto virtually anything.

1938

Xerography


AKA a copying machine.

1951

Inkjet Printing


The computer era gives way to digital printing.

1984

Laser Printing


Impresses images using light.

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