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  • Linocut is a printmaking technique, a variant of woodcut in which a sheet of linoleum, is used for the relief surface. A design is cut into the linoleum surface with a sharp knife, with the raised (uncarved) areas representing a reversal (mirror image) of the parts to show printed. The linoleum sheet is inked with a roller and then impressed onto paper or fabric. The actual printing can be done by hand or with a press.Advantages: You can use it as many times you want in different colours.Lino Cutting production is unique.Lino Cutting production is creative. Unlike offset lithography you can only make few copies using linocut technique Disadvantages: Lino Cutting production is time consuming You can hurt yourself while cutting Something could go wrong
  • Trace the image onto the tracing paper so then it will be easier to transfer the image onto the lino.
  • 2. Go over the limes pressing the pencil hard when tracing the image on to the lino, to prevent your tracing paper from moving stick the tracing paper on the lino with tape.
  • 3. The next step is to cut out the lines on the lino carefully with a lino cutter. get a plastic sheet, ink on it and get a roller. roll the ink onto it and then roll the ink onto the lino, after that get a clean sheet of paper and put it on to the lino carefully and gently not to mess it up. Use a metal or a wooden spoon to press the paper on to the lino so the image is transferred properly.
  • A process used for printing on a flat surface, using printing plates. An image is transferred to a printing plate, The plate is chemically treated so that only image areas will accept ink. Water and ink is applied to the plate. Because of the chemical treatment, ink only "sticks" to the image areas, which reject the water. Areas without images reject the ink. The plate is rolled onto a rubber cylinder applying the inked area, and in turn the rubber cylinder applies the image to the paper.
  • Advantages:You can make loads copies using offset lithography techniqueUsing offset lithography technique you will get more clean images than using lino cutting technique Offset lithography technique doesn’t take long Disadvantages:If you make just a few copies it will be expensiveIt takes time to set up printing pressThe materials are complex to use
  • Laser printing is an electrostatic digital printing process that rapidly produces high quality text and graphics by passing a laser beam over a changed drum to define a differentially charged image. The drum then selectively collects charged toner and transfers the image to paper, which is then heated to permanently fix the image.The laser printer was invented at Xerox in 1969 by researched Gary Starkweather, who had an improved printer working by 1971
  • Advantages:Laser printing is a quick process Laser printing is cheaper than offset lithography You can make as many copies as you wantYou can have a laser printing at homeDisadvantages:Laser printing will probably cost more than linocut Laser printing is slower than offset Lithography Laser printing doesn’t produce a high quality pictures like offset lithographyThe ink for a laser printer can be sometimes expansive
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    • 1. Advantages: Linocut is a printmaking technique, a variant of woodcut in which a sheet of linoleum, is used for the relief surface. • You can use it as many times you want in different colours. • Lino Cutting production is unique. • Lino Cutting production is creative. • Unlike offset lithography you can only make few copies using linocut technique Disadvantages: • Lino Cutting production is time consuming
    • 2. 1. Trace the image onto the tracing paper so then it will be easier to transfer the image onto the lino.
    • 3. 2. Go over the lines pressing the pencil hard when tracing the image on to the lino, to prevent your tracing paper from moving stick the tracing paper on the lino with tape.
    • 4. 3. The next step is to cut out the lines on the lino carefully with a lino cutter. get a plastic sheet, ink on it and get a roller.
    • 5. Linocut Print By Carl Eugen Keel Self Linocut Print by Jerry Schutte Linocut Print By Carlos Barberena de la Rocha
    • 6. • A process used for printing on a flat surface, using printing plates. • An image is transferred to a printing plate, • The plate is chemically treated so that only image areas will accept ink. • Water and ink is applied to the plate. • The plate is rolled onto a rubber cylinder applying the inked area, and in turn the rubber cylinder applies the image to the paper.
    • 7. Advantages: • You can make loads copies using offset lithography technique • Using offset lithography technique you will get more clean images than using lino cutting technique • Offset lithography technique doesn’t take long Disadvantages: • If you make just a few copies it will be expensive
    • 8. Laser printing is an electrostatic digital printing process that rapidly produces high quality text and graphics by passing a laser beam over a changed drum to define a differentially charged image. The drum selectively collects charged toner and transfers the The laser printer was invented at Xerox in is then image to paper, which 1969 by researched Gary to permanently fix the heated Starkweather, who had an improved printer working by image.
    • 9. Advantages: • Laser printing is a quick process • Laser printing is cheaper than offset lithography • You can make as many copies as you want • You can have a laser printing at home Disadvantages: • Laser printing will probably cost more than linocut • Laser printing is slower than offset Lithography • Laser printing doesn’t produce a high quality pictures like offset lithography • The ink for a laser printer can be sometimes expensive.
    • 10. Individual toner particles comprising 4 dots of an image with a bluish Colour laser printer
    • 11. Done by: Paulina Dabrowska Ewelina Rzechula Media Level 2 students

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