What Is the Process of Lino Printing?

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Lino printing also known as block printing is quite a simple process. It is done by transferring an object's mirror image onto a lino block. The unprinted parts of the block are then carved out. Finally the block is inked using a roller and then printed onto a paper or fabric.
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Lino printing is coloring the side of an object then laying it on paper where the shape will transfer the part of the object you painted onto the paper.
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Lino is an abbreviation of the word linoleum. In "A Technical Dictionary of Print Making, Andre Beguin describes a mixture of cork dust, linseed oil, gum and resin compressed
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Answer Lino is a form of printing
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Do you want the screen frequency or the screen angles? Frequency: Newspaper printing--66 to 80 lines per inch Flexo--you can get 175 line screens out of DuPont Cyrel plates, which
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