A machine for printing text or pictures from type or plates.
- The etched lines are then filled with ink, and the plate put through a printing press so the picture can be transferred to paper.
- Additional pictures of the printing press seemed to be derived from early points of history as well.
- By 1465, printing presses based on Gutenberg's moveable type could be found in Italy, by 1470 in Paris.
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