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History of printing.
Saliha Abubakr
Sunesh parayil
Ameer Salman OM
Presented by;
We take for granted newspapers,
magazines, books, posters, and other
printed material.
None of the
printed items
we enjoy today
would be
around without
a number of
persons in the
history !
Printing was
developed based on
early principles of
printing, and it has
undergone many
modifications over the
years to me...
Woodblock printing was a
technique which was used in the
Mesopotamian civilization before
3000 BC.
Invention
of paper in the
second century AD
by China was
the first major
milestone in the
history of
printing press
The prime name associated with the
history of printing press is
Johann
Gutenberg
The inventor of the Printing Press
in 1450
He created individual pieces of
type, which involve creating a
master copy of each letter,
devising the moulds in which
mu...
Dry point
engravings
and
Handwritte
n form of
printing
was
invented in
the year
1465
By the 16th century, the
printing press had been in
existence for around 50 years.
It had spread throughout
Europe and mor...
During the first decade of 16th Century,
Aldus Manutius came up with a printer
that gave smaller, more portable books. He ...
It is Jakob Christoph Le Blon - German
painter and engraver founded the basic
form of CMYKprinting.
He used the mezzotint ...
American inventor Richard
March Hoe builds the first
Lithographic Rotary printing
press.
Here a press in which the type is...
the invention of the Linotype
composing machine is a major step
forward in the process of printing.
With this typesetter a...
The 21st century
have more to talk about
digital revolution rather
than print technology
except some few
innovations like ...
Later , technology has made several changes in PRINTING
TECHNOLOGY
Here is a small timeline of the further technological p...
1906 • Photostat and Rectigraph
1938 • Xerography
1951 • Inkjet printing
1968 •Dot matrix printing
1969 •Laser printing
19...
The printing press has influenced
psychology in several major ways.
Before the printing press,
people were apt to believe
...
That’s all about the brief
history of printing and
itscontributions to the
world….
Sources;
The Crombergers of Seville : t...
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You….
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HISTORY OF PRINT MEDIA

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  1. 1. History of printing. Saliha Abubakr Sunesh parayil Ameer Salman OM Presented by;
  2. 2. We take for granted newspapers, magazines, books, posters, and other printed material.
  3. 3. None of the printed items we enjoy today would be around without a number of persons in the history !
  4. 4. Printing was developed based on early principles of printing, and it has undergone many modifications over the years to meet the needs of people in different eras.
  5. 5. Woodblock printing was a technique which was used in the Mesopotamian civilization before 3000 BC.
  6. 6. Invention of paper in the second century AD by China was the first major milestone in the history of printing press
  7. 7. The prime name associated with the history of printing press is Johann Gutenberg The inventor of the Printing Press in 1450
  8. 8. He created individual pieces of type, which involve creating a master copy of each letter, devising the moulds in which multiple versions can be cast, and developing a suitable alloy (type metal) in which to cast them. - Movable type printing press.
  9. 9. Dry point engravings and Handwritte n form of printing was invented in the year 1465
  10. 10. By the 16th century, the printing press had been in existence for around 50 years. It had spread throughout Europe and more than 10 million copies of nearly 3500 works had already been printed.
  11. 11. During the first decade of 16th Century, Aldus Manutius came up with a printer that gave smaller, more portable books. He is also the first to use Italic type. In 1507 Lucas Cranach invented the chiaroscuro woodcut, a technique in which drawings are reproduced using two or more blocks printed in different colors.
  12. 12. It is Jakob Christoph Le Blon - German painter and engraver founded the basic form of CMYKprinting. He used the mezzotint method to engrave three metal plates for printing. Here each plate is inked with a different color, using Red, yellow and blue. Later on he adds a fourth plate, bearing black lines
  13. 13. American inventor Richard March Hoe builds the first Lithographic Rotary printing press. Here a press in which the type is placed on a revolving cylinder instead of a flatbeds. This speeds up the printing process dramatically.
  14. 14. the invention of the Linotype composing machine is a major step forward in the process of printing. With this typesetter an operator can enter text using a 90-character contained keyboard. The machine outputs the text as slugs having lines of metal type.
  15. 15. The 21st century have more to talk about digital revolution rather than print technology except some few innovations like CTP printing with plates and CMYK coloring by the help of digital technology.
  16. 16. Later , technology has made several changes in PRINTING TECHNOLOGY Here is a small timeline of the further technological progress of print…..
  17. 17. 1906 • Photostat and Rectigraph 1938 • Xerography 1951 • Inkjet printing 1968 •Dot matrix printing 1969 •Laser printing 1972 •Thermal printing 1984 •3D printing 1993 •Digital printing
  18. 18. The printing press has influenced psychology in several major ways. Before the printing press, people were apt to believe that the text they were reading was true because only the most noteworthy information was recorded.
  19. 19. That’s all about the brief history of printing and itscontributions to the world…. Sources; The Crombergers of Seville : the history of printing and merchant dynasty by Griffin Clive Oxford university press The printing press as a agent of change by Eisenstein Elizabeth L Cambridge university press Beginning to read : thinking and learning about print by Adams Marilyn Jager MIT press
  20. 20. Thank You….

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