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Printing History Timeline

D IBE MULTIFACTION PRINTER 3D PRATER DIT DRE EPE PRINTING HISTORY TIMELINE PRIOTERS LE CE SAMSUNG DELLKO BROTHERHPERSon CAND PRE-INDUSTRIAL AGE PRINTING bIB TO A06 WOODBLOCK PRINTING - CHINA During the T'ang Dynasty, one of the many notable innovations include the development of woodblock printing, a technique that uses ink on blocks to print images, text, and patterns. In 868, theDiamond Sutra is printed, making it the first full-length book complete with illustrations and text. Diamond Sutra 1241 1300 CAST METAL MOVABLETYPE PRINTING - KOREA Korea develops movable cast metal type which has been used to print Yi Munsun Chip, an eight-volume works of Yi Munsun, the great poet, scholar, and statesman of Korea's Koryo Dynasty. Several other Korean books are printed using movable type. WOODEN MOVABLE TYPE PRINTING - CHINA Although China developed the first wooden movable type around 1040 AD, it was abandoned in favor of clay movable types. However, by the 1300s, a Chinese čounty office made 100,000 BI4 wooden movable types and printed 43 volume books. FIRST PAPER - EUROPE Europeans begin making their first paper; though TEFB the first ever paper is said to originate in Chinaduring the early 2nd century AD. FIRST PAPER MILL - FRANCE France opens its first paper mill. 1390 1342 FIRST PAPER MILL - GERMANY FOUNDRIES - KOREA Korea opens its foundries that can that produce bronze casting. Germany opens its first paper mill. 1423 1452 EUROPE BLOCK PRINTING From China, block printing reaches Europe. Europeans begin using block printing technique METAL PLATES - EUROPE Europe begins using metal plates for printing. Using movable metal type, Gutenberg prints the Bible which he finishes in 1456. to produce books. 1454 1465 COLOR PRINTING - FUST and SCHOEFFER The first book printed in more than one colorunder Fust and Shoeffer partnership is Psalter, a DRYPOINT ENGRAVINGS - GERMANY Germans invented drypoint engraving, a printmaking technique wherein an image is incised into a plate with a hard-pointed "needle" of sharp metal or diamond point. collection of Psalms for devotional use. 1496 GUTENBERG PRINTING PRESS - ENGLAND ILEE William Caxton, an English merchant, diplomat, writer and printer, is said to be the first to introduce and use the Gutenberg printing press into England. INTAGLIO - BOOK ILLUSTRATION A Flemish book called II Monte Sancto di Dio is the first to use Intaglio printmaking technique for book illustration. 1495 FIRST PAPER MILL - ENGLAND SSU England opens its first known paper WALLPAPER - EUROPE The New ljork Eimes. ARMISTICE SIGNED, END OF TIIEWAR RERLIN SEIZED KY REVOLITONISTS England introduces its first wallpaper. One of the earliest known wallpaper is an Italian-inspired IDUS woodcut pomegranate design printed on the back OUSTED KAISER FLEES T of a proclamation of 1509. WEEKLY NEWSPAPER - BELGIUM The first weekly newspaper is published in Antwerp. Il KING JAMES BIBLE - ENGLAND IhbO The King James Bible has been published. It MEZZOTINT - GERMANY Germans invented the mezzotint technique. became England's version of the Bible translated from the original Hebrew and Greek languages into English at the request of King James I of England. 402 I64I FIRST PAPER MILL - UNITED STATES FIRST ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER The U.S. opens its first known paper mill. Daily Courant is the first English language daily newspaper commencing from the premises of Fleet EPS Street, a street in the City of London. STEREOTYPING - SCOTLAND William Ged invents stereotyping, a technique IB00 wherein a whole page of type is cast in a single moldto create a printing plate. IRON PRINTING PRESS - ENGLAND Lord Stanhope, a British statesman and scientist, builds RIL the first printing press made entirely of cast iron. ROTARY PRINTING PRESS - NAPIER Napier invents the rotary printing press. I829 EMBOSSED PRINTING - BRAILLE Louis Braille invents embossed printing. INDUSTRIAL AGE PRINTING I841 Type-composing machine has been developed. I844 Electrotyping has been invented. I846 IB63 CYLINDER PRESS - RICHARD HOE American inventor Richard Hoe designed an improved printing press that can print 8,000 sheet an hour. ROTARY WEB-FED PRINTING PRES:WILLIAM BULLOCK Rotary web-fed letterpress invented by William Bullock IBL5 IBB6 FIRST DOUBLE SIDED PRINTER LINOTYPE MACHINE OTTMAR MERGENTHALER German inventorOttmar Mergenthaler invented the Linotype machine, the first device that could easily and quickly set complete lines of type for use in printing presses. Web offset press that can print on both sides of paper at once has been developed. IB4D 1848 Paper made from wood pulp begins mass production. PHOTOGRAVURE - KARL KLIC Czech painter Karl Klicdeveloped photogravure in I840 its mature form. Mimeograph machine has been introduced. RLI Diazotype machine has been invented. I892 1904 Offset lithography is being commonly used to produce posters, maps, books, newspapers, and packaging. 4-color rotary press invented 1904 13 日 Commercial silk screen printing has been developed. American inventor Chester Carlsoninvented a dry printing process called electrophotography, commonly called a Xerox. 1949 The Fotosetter, the first phototypesetter, has been invented. 1953 Remington-Rand develops the first high-speed printer for use on the Univac computer. EARLY DIGITAL PRINTING 1955-1984 1955 xerox Xerox introduces the first automatic xerographic 1462 printer, the Copyflo. brother. Brother Industries, Ltd. enters the printer market during its long association with Centronics. 1965 AATO DCS & Labelling Worldwide Thermal printer SATO introduced the world's first thermal 6BEPSON Epson (gets in Printer business) In September 1968, Shinshu Seiki launched the transfer bar code printer in 1979 xerox 464 world's first miniprinter, the EP-101 American engineer and inventorGary Keith Starkweather invented a laser printer based on a modified xerographic copier. 1440 digital Dot Matrix Digital Equipment Corporation of Maynard, 1990s Massachusetts introduced the LA30, a 30 character/second dot matrix printer. Inkjet Printers Starting in the late 1970s inkjet printers that could reproduce digital images generated by computers were developed, mainly by Epson, Hewlett-Packard (HP), and Canon 1999 DCS & Labelling Worldwide SATO America introduces the first thermal transfer barcode printer. hp 1484 1499 Canon succeeds in developing a laser printer. HP (First Laser Printer) Hewlett-Packard (HP) introduces both inkjet and laser printers for the desktop. DIGITAL PRINTING AGE 1984- 2004) 1484 Canon introduces the PC Printer 70 as the world's Canoni4ES first plain-paper reader/printer for COM. Canon introduces the BJ-80, the world's first inkjet printer using Bubble Jet technology. 144I LEXMARK Lexmark enters the printer business. 3D Printer E002DELL The first major release of 3D printers by Z Corp, Stratasys, and 3D Systems takes place. In September, Dell enters the printer market industry. Kodak 2003 Kodak introduces the EasyShare LS633, the first 2UIFIP camera to feature the Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock 6000 and the first printer-and-camera dock combination. HP introduces the first Wireless Printing and Biometric Security Solutions for Microsoft.NET Compact Framework. EPSON ZUU3 2004 7 Zk zink Epson launches the wireless printer for retail. ZINK Imaging unveils the first inkless printer. all 3:39 PM NEW PRINTING AGE 2004 First IPHONE Released 2010 True era of smartphones starting. Less reason to print exist. IPAD released One more step towards paperless life 2010 2011 2010 SUMMER hpvs HP and APPLE stock value (Old Printing vs. New Printing) apart ways. First under $1000 3D printer released by Rolan 2012 Imaging Supply Sales in Decline in US. Printer and Printer Supply Manufacturers having tougher time due to increased use of tablets and smartphones. "To be continued." "All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners" D IBE MULTIFACTION PRINTER 3D PRATER DIT DRE EPE PRINTING HISTORY TIMELINE PRIOTERS LE CE SAMSUNG DELLKO BROTHERHPERSon CAND PRE-INDUSTRIAL AGE PRINTING bIB TO A06 WOODBLOCK PRINTING - CHINA During the T'ang Dynasty, one of the many notable innovations include the development of woodblock printing, a technique that uses ink on blocks to print images, text, and patterns. In 868, theDiamond Sutra is printed, making it the first full-length book complete with illustrations and text. Diamond Sutra 1241 1300 CAST METAL MOVABLETYPE PRINTING - KOREA Korea develops movable cast metal type which has been used to print Yi Munsun Chip, an eight-volume works of Yi Munsun, the great poet, scholar, and statesman of Korea's Koryo Dynasty. Several other Korean books are printed using movable type. WOODEN MOVABLE TYPE PRINTING - CHINA Although China developed the first wooden movable type around 1040 AD, it was abandoned in favor of clay movable types. However, by the 1300s, a Chinese čounty office made 100,000 BI4 wooden movable types and printed 43 volume books. FIRST PAPER - EUROPE Europeans begin making their first paper; though TEFB the first ever paper is said to originate in Chinaduring the early 2nd century AD. FIRST PAPER MILL - FRANCE France opens its first paper mill. 1390 1342 FIRST PAPER MILL - GERMANY FOUNDRIES - KOREA Korea opens its foundries that can that produce bronze casting. Germany opens its first paper mill. 1423 1452 EUROPE BLOCK PRINTING From China, block printing reaches Europe. Europeans begin using block printing technique METAL PLATES - EUROPE Europe begins using metal plates for printing. Using movable metal type, Gutenberg prints the Bible which he finishes in 1456. to produce books. 1454 1465 COLOR PRINTING - FUST and SCHOEFFER The first book printed in more than one colorunder Fust and Shoeffer partnership is Psalter, a DRYPOINT ENGRAVINGS - GERMANY Germans invented drypoint engraving, a printmaking technique wherein an image is incised into a plate with a hard-pointed "needle" of sharp metal or diamond point. collection of Psalms for devotional use. 1496 GUTENBERG PRINTING PRESS - ENGLAND ILEE William Caxton, an English merchant, diplomat, writer and printer, is said to be the first to introduce and use the Gutenberg printing press into England. INTAGLIO - BOOK ILLUSTRATION A Flemish book called II Monte Sancto di Dio is the first to use Intaglio printmaking technique for book illustration. 1495 FIRST PAPER MILL - ENGLAND SSU England opens its first known paper WALLPAPER - EUROPE The New ljork Eimes. ARMISTICE SIGNED, END OF TIIEWAR RERLIN SEIZED KY REVOLITONISTS England introduces its first wallpaper. One of the earliest known wallpaper is an Italian-inspired IDUS woodcut pomegranate design printed on the back OUSTED KAISER FLEES T of a proclamation of 1509. WEEKLY NEWSPAPER - BELGIUM The first weekly newspaper is published in Antwerp. Il KING JAMES BIBLE - ENGLAND IhbO The King James Bible has been published. It MEZZOTINT - GERMANY Germans invented the mezzotint technique. became England's version of the Bible translated from the original Hebrew and Greek languages into English at the request of King James I of England. 402 I64I FIRST PAPER MILL - UNITED STATES FIRST ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER The U.S. opens its first known paper mill. Daily Courant is the first English language daily newspaper commencing from the premises of Fleet EPS Street, a street in the City of London. STEREOTYPING - SCOTLAND William Ged invents stereotyping, a technique IB00 wherein a whole page of type is cast in a single moldto create a printing plate. IRON PRINTING PRESS - ENGLAND Lord Stanhope, a British statesman and scientist, builds RIL the first printing press made entirely of cast iron. ROTARY PRINTING PRESS - NAPIER Napier invents the rotary printing press. I829 EMBOSSED PRINTING - BRAILLE Louis Braille invents embossed printing. INDUSTRIAL AGE PRINTING I841 Type-composing machine has been developed. I844 Electrotyping has been invented. I846 IB63 CYLINDER PRESS - RICHARD HOE American inventor Richard Hoe designed an improved printing press that can print 8,000 sheet an hour. ROTARY WEB-FED PRINTING PRES:WILLIAM BULLOCK Rotary web-fed letterpress invented by William Bullock IBL5 IBB6 FIRST DOUBLE SIDED PRINTER LINOTYPE MACHINE OTTMAR MERGENTHALER German inventorOttmar Mergenthaler invented the Linotype machine, the first device that could easily and quickly set complete lines of type for use in printing presses. Web offset press that can print on both sides of paper at once has been developed. IB4D 1848 Paper made from wood pulp begins mass production. PHOTOGRAVURE - KARL KLIC Czech painter Karl Klicdeveloped photogravure in I840 its mature form. Mimeograph machine has been introduced. RLI Diazotype machine has been invented. I892 1904 Offset lithography is being commonly used to produce posters, maps, books, newspapers, and packaging. 4-color rotary press invented 1904 13 日 Commercial silk screen printing has been developed. American inventor Chester Carlsoninvented a dry printing process called electrophotography, commonly called a Xerox. 1949 The Fotosetter, the first phototypesetter, has been invented. 1953 Remington-Rand develops the first high-speed printer for use on the Univac computer. EARLY DIGITAL PRINTING 1955-1984 1955 xerox Xerox introduces the first automatic xerographic 1462 printer, the Copyflo. brother. Brother Industries, Ltd. enters the printer market during its long association with Centronics. 1965 AATO DCS & Labelling Worldwide Thermal printer SATO introduced the world's first thermal 6BEPSON Epson (gets in Printer business) In September 1968, Shinshu Seiki launched the transfer bar code printer in 1979 xerox 464 world's first miniprinter, the EP-101 American engineer and inventorGary Keith Starkweather invented a laser printer based on a modified xerographic copier. 1440 digital Dot Matrix Digital Equipment Corporation of Maynard, 1990s Massachusetts introduced the LA30, a 30 character/second dot matrix printer. Inkjet Printers Starting in the late 1970s inkjet printers that could reproduce digital images generated by computers were developed, mainly by Epson, Hewlett-Packard (HP), and Canon 1999 DCS & Labelling Worldwide SATO America introduces the first thermal transfer barcode printer. hp 1484 1499 Canon succeeds in developing a laser printer. HP (First Laser Printer) Hewlett-Packard (HP) introduces both inkjet and laser printers for the desktop. DIGITAL PRINTING AGE 1984- 2004) 1484 Canon introduces the PC Printer 70 as the world's Canoni4ES first plain-paper reader/printer for COM. Canon introduces the BJ-80, the world's first inkjet printer using Bubble Jet technology. 144I LEXMARK Lexmark enters the printer business. 3D Printer E002DELL The first major release of 3D printers by Z Corp, Stratasys, and 3D Systems takes place. In September, Dell enters the printer market industry. Kodak 2003 Kodak introduces the EasyShare LS633, the first 2UIFIP camera to feature the Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock 6000 and the first printer-and-camera dock combination. HP introduces the first Wireless Printing and Biometric Security Solutions for Microsoft.NET Compact Framework. EPSON ZUU3 2004 7 Zk zink Epson launches the wireless printer for retail. ZINK Imaging unveils the first inkless printer. all 3:39 PM NEW PRINTING AGE 2004 First IPHONE Released 2010 True era of smartphones starting. Less reason to print exist. IPAD released One more step towards paperless life 2010 2011 2010 SUMMER hpvs HP and APPLE stock value (Old Printing vs. New Printing) apart ways. First under $1000 3D printer released by Rolan 2012 Imaging Supply Sales in Decline in US. Printer and Printer Supply Manufacturers having tougher time due to increased use of tablets and smartphones. "To be continued." "All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners"

Printing History Timeline

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The history of printing dates back from the T'ang Dynasty when the Chinese developed woodblock printing. This led to the printing of the first full-length book and a few other enhancement in the movab...

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