A primer of information about the processes of electrotyping and stereotyping.
They can likewise be multiplied indefinitely by the process of stereotyping.
The Smithsonian Institution to pay the whole extra expense of stereotyping, or such part thereof as may be agreed on.
A plan for stereotyping catalogues of libraries by separate, movable titles of the books contained in them, and, 2.
It is said that the process of stereotyping was first communicated to Didot by him.
This was stereotyping—the invention of William Ged, of Edinburgh, in 1731.
They are reproduced by two methods, stereotyping and electrotyping.
The cause of the stereotyping of the systems, apart from political conditions, seems to have been the barrenness of science.
In dealing with the first and the most fruitful, they fell into the deadly error of stereotyping their manner of expression.
Stereotyping was for many years the chief means of making plates for books and also for commercial printing.