etch

[v] - make an etching of
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Etch

To use chemicals to carve an image into metal, glass or film.
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Etch

To use acid to dissolve any non-printing portion of a printing plate.
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Etch

Etch noun A variant of Eddish . [ Obsolete] Mortimer.
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Etch

Etch transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Etched ; present participle & verbal noun Etching .] [ Dutch etsen , German ätzen to feed, corrode, etch. Middle High German etzen , causative of ezzen to e...
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Etch

Etch intransitive verb To practice etching; to make etchings.
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etch

1. To produce, as figures or designs, on mental, glass, or the like, by means of lines or strokes eaten in or corroded by means of some strong acid. ... The plate is first covered with varnish, or some other ground capable of resisting the acid, and this is then scored or scratched with a needle, or similar instrument, so as to form the drawing; th...
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etch

verb make an etching of
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Etch

• (v. t.) To produce, as figures or designs, on mental, glass, or the like, by means of lines or strokes eaten in or corroded by means of some strong acid. • (v. t.) To sketch; to delineate. • (v. i.) To practice etching; to make etchings. • (v. t.) To subject to etching; to draw upon and bite with acid, as a plate of metal. &bu...
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etch

(from the article `printmaking`) ...that water and grease do not mix. The image is drawn or painted on the stone or metal plate with greasy litho crayon or a greasy black ink ...
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Etch

[protocol] Etch was an open source, cross-platform framework for building network services, first announced in May 2008 by Cisco Systems. Etch encompasses a service description language, a compiler, and a number of language bindings. It was intended to supplement SOAP and CORBA as methods of communicating between networked pieces of softwar...
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Etch

Using chemicals or tools, to carve away metal leaving an image or carve an image into metal. Also, alternate term for Fountain solution.
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ETCH

Surface preparation by chemical means to improve the adhesion of coating.
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ETCH

Surface preparation by chemical means to improve the adhesion of coating.
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ETCH

A steel sample treated with acid to reveal its microstructure; used to visually check conditions such as porosity, large inclusions, or other nonconformities.
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Etch

Process of removing small imperfections in a print or negative by scraping away part of the emulsion
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Etch

Surface preparation by chemical means to improve the adhesion of coating.
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Etch

The process of producing an image on a plate by the use of acid.
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