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In 1861 Craske improved stereotyping by making it possible to reproduce curved printing plates from flat forms of type.
INVENTIONBRADLEY A. FISKE
It is now called stereotyping, and it seems to have been successful from the first, from a technical point of view.
INVENTIONBRADLEY A. FISKE
The recent processes of stereotyping and electrotyping have added greatly to the cheapness, accuracy, and beauty of printing.
It is said that the process of stereotyping was first communicated to Didot by him.
The amount is always small because the main costs of typesetting and stereotyping are eliminated from the price.
A plan for stereotyping catalogues of libraries by separate titles, in a uniform style.
The force of the former consideration is much diminished by the plan of stereotyping the titles.
The necessity of this rule arises from the stereotyping of the titles separately.
Newspapers were usually printed directly from type because stereotyping was then a costly process and a slow one.
RECOLLECTIONS OF A VARIED LIFEGEORGE CARY EGGLESTON
The repetition and stereotyping of impressions are greatly forwarded by the system of organized gossip which we call the press.

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