Synonyms for printing press

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There had been, it is true, some improvements over Franklin's printing press.

Kans., a $25 5x8 printing press and outfit, for a rubber-tired bicycle.

William Caxton set up in 1476 the first printing press in England.

Yet why does your fancy take its flight toward a printing press?

We have the printing press, railroad, and telegraph—a revolution in human affairs.

It was the affright of the priest in the presence of a new agent, the printing press.

The public, according to Tarde, was a product of the printing press.

He knew that printing press theoretically and practically and all it could do.

It would have been done in former ages, had the printing press existed.

His printing press in Westminster was set up two years later.