RMBDX8EF–6 color printing machine with coating unit at a printing press, industry, printing craft
RFG16YJR–screen printing machine with two black knobs
RMEDBM1X–A printing machine at a Johnston Press factory.
RFCN81RR–Furnival & Co two revolution printing machine Reddish Iron Works, Reddish, Stockport 1904
RMMR3XBE–Illustration of Ное's hand printing machine in which the bed moved backwards and forwards on a railway type of track, and 800 impressions were made per hour. Nineteenth Century, London 1876
RFF2AK50–Medical product designer with 3D printing machine with CAD design on screen in orthopaedic factory
RMG381X1–Newspaper rotary printing machine, by Walter Scott & Co, Plainfield Date: 1908
RF2HGG2A1–Internal components of an ald offset printing machine.
RMF5GE36–an old printing machine
RFGJMAWY–steel print shop printing machine
RMEJWB47–3d printer making plastic model printing machine working three dimensional item for medical use usage uses future science
RMKNEFM2–Researcher working on 3D printing machine for the industry, it allows to create large metal parts from scratch and to finish them to great precision,
RF2EMGGEJ–printing of coloured newspapers with an offset printing machine at a printing press company
RFERPCD7–detail of roll printing machine
RM2DM7K45–Jeanne d'Arc, Medium: cotton (cotton confirmed by microscope) Technique: printed by roller on plain weave; printing machine had both engraved and relief rollers, A statue of Joan of Arc within a wreath of leaves and flowers on a striped background filled with stars., France, ca. 1850, printed, dyed & painted textiles, Textile, Textile
RFDPE3TY–Worker operating printing machine in print workshop
RFCR0FY3–Old lead type for letterpress printing, mirrored
RFDJ1MFF–black ink on hand printing machine
RMEDBM22–A printing machine at a Johnston Press factory.
RFCCERT0–Man operating printing machine at press
RMMR3XBD–Engraving depicting a printing machine without ink designed by Gustave Leboyer and shown at the Paris Exhibition of 1867. Used for printing small cards using 'carbonized рарeг' to give black characters from the type. Dated 19th century
RFF2AK51–Medical product designer with 3D printing machine with CAD design on screen in orthopaedic factory
RFC9DCBR–Details of a printing machine inside factory.