How is Paper Money Made?

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Paper money is made using what is called the intaglio method of printing. The Bureau of Printing and Engraving is responsible for printing all of the paper money in the United States. It starts with a hand engraved master die that is used to make the engraving plates for the presses. The paper is then fed into the rotary presses in long sheets that can print about 80,000 sheets an hour. Then after careful inspection, the sheets are then cut by a special cutter into individual bills. You can find more info at: ttp://www.moneymuseum.com/standard_english/raeume/geld_machen/werkstatt/papiergeld/papierdruck/papierdruck_unten.html
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