21 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

The History Of The Printing Press

We all take printed material for granted nowadays, but back in the days of quills and parchment the idea of a printing machine that could produce thousands of copies per day was unthinkable. The printing press is a long-standing and strongly developed means of applying print (words and images), to paper, without the need for the tedious process of writing out every page of every document.

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