viscosity printing

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viscosity printing (uncountable)

  1. In printmaking, an intaglio method whereby multiple colors of ink may be printed simultaneously from the same plate, utilizing inks of varying viscosity, plates with multiple levels of etching and hard and soft brayers for applying the inks to the plate.

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