The most primitive method of printing is by the use of stencils.
A typewriter and a duplicating machine and stencils and ink—and words.
He read the stencils, beginning at the top of the one which Mr. Sands said was the "lead."
"I've been here every day as usual, and cut any number of stencils, and rolled them off," Miss Collins cried indignantly.
Lay one of the stencils on it exactly, weight it that it may not move, and perform the operation of spattering.
Patterns are sometimes printed on cloth by means of wood blocks or stencils.
When the ribbon is removed, stencils may be cut with the letters for mimeographic work.
If the parents are rich enough the stencils are destroyed, and the dress consequently becomes unique.
By the aid of stencils the effect produced was of an exquisitely shaded ware, and Theo watched the work with delight.
The waxed papers used for stencils in duplicating work on the typewriter are made from these fibres.