Glyphography

Gly·phog'ra·phy noun [ Greek ... to engrave + -graphy .] A process similar to etching, in which, by means of voltaic electricity, a raised copy of a drawing is made, so that it can be used to print from.
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glyphography

A process similar to etching, in which, by means of voltaic electricity, a raised copy of a drawing is made, so that it can be used to print from. ... Origin: Gr. To engrave. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Glyphography

• (n.) A process similar to etching, in which, by means of voltaic electricity, a raised copy of a drawing is made, so that it can be used to print from.
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glyphography

glyphography An electrotype process by which a copy of an engraved plate is obtained with a raised surface, suited for letter-press printing.
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