2 edition of Languages of the world that can be set on "Monotype" machines found in the catalog.
Languages of the world that can be set on "Monotype" machines
Robert Angus Downie
|Statement||comp. by R. A. Downie.|
|Series||The Monotype recorder -- v. 42, no. 4, summer 1963|
|Contributions||Stephen Austin & Sons Limited.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||55 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||55|
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THE MONOTYPE RECORDER Volume 42 Number 4. Languages of the world that can be set on 'Monotype' Machines, compiled by R.A. Downie. MONOTYPE RECORDER. The languages of the world are rich with nuances and subtle differences concerning the presentation of text.
In complex scripts such as Arabic, Devanagari and Thai, for example, character shape, position and order change, depending on the context. Your existing font rendering, layout and management technologies will support Latin-based languages.
For these countries many non-Latin typefaces were created for printing in Hebrew, Javanese, Sanskrit, Sinhala, Thai, and other languages. The composition-caster machines of the Monotype Corporation produced ready-to-use composed pages with text consisting of single pieces of type.
Content Summary: Languages of the world that can be set on Monotype machines. Volume 43 No. Content Summary: Precision in map making.
Volume 43 No. Content Summary: Stanley Morison Volume 43 No. Content Summary: The Innovators; A review of the progress of Pictorial Machinery Ltd, PAGE ONE - PAGE TWO - PAGE THREE. Kelmscott Books Baltimore, MD () Languages of the World That Can Be Set on "Monotype" Machines. The Monotype Recorder, Vol Number 4 (Summer ).
See Article History. Monotype, (trademark), in commercial printing, typesetting machine patented by Tolbert Lanston in that produces type in individual characters, unlike Linotype, which sets type an entire line at a time.
A Monotype machine consists of a key keyboard, a caster, and a replaceable matrix case divided into quadrants, each holding one complete type font.
The Monotype system is a system for printing by hot-metal typesetting from a keyboard. The two most significant differences from the competing Linotype machine are.
It is divided into two machines, the Monotype keyboard and the Monotype caster, which communicate by perforated paper is not necessary to have the same number of each machine. Typefaces in the Monotype Originals collection represent of cornerstone of classic and contemporary names that are used the world over.
Recent additions include eye-catching display faces such as Smart Sans, workhorse texts such as Bembo Book™, Mentor™ and Mosquito™ Formal, plus the cutting edge Neo Sans™ and Neo Tech™ families.
Monotype offers a wide variety of battle-tested designs that span across both geographies and use cases. Our type experts work with you to guide you through matching, pairing, and making recommendations. which covers multiple languages and environments and includes some of the world's most popular typefaces.
The Monotype Studio offers a. ‘‘Slug machines’ was the term used generically to distinguish these line-casters from the Monotype machine which cast individual pieces of type and assembled the cast types into a line.’ ‘It is only in the last 30 years that computers have replaced the bulky Monotype and Linotype machines that had generated type in much the same way.
The Monotype Corporation, based in Redhill, Surrey, was an independent English company that originally shared patents with the Lanston Monotype Company in Philadelphia.
In the first half of the twentieth century F.H. Pierpont and Stanley Morison built up the best type library of its time, and Monotype came to be leaders in European book printing.
After the Second World War Monotype. Monotype Imaging Holdings Inc. is an American (historically Anglo-American) company that specializes in digital typesetting and typeface design for use with consumer electronics devices.
Incorporated in Delaware and headquartered in Woburn, Massachusetts, the company has been responsible for many developments in printing technology—in particular the Monotype machine, which was a fully Founded: ; years ago (as Lanston.
Today our Monotype machines cast type from 8-to point. With over accented matrices, we can offer metal type in any number of languages. This represents the most extensive collection of classic English Monotype book faces in the United States. In the search for metal type, it is important to consider the ‘depth of drive’ for Monotype.
Unlike any other mechanical typesetting system, the Monotype system produces newly cast types of most of the world's languages, including mathematics, the language of the universe. "Linotype was meant for speed, but Monotype was meant for perfection." return to the top.
Monotype, in printmaking, a technique that generally yields only one good impression from each prepared pes are prized because of their unique textural qualities. They are made by drawing on glass or a plate of smooth metal or stone with a greasy substance such as printer’s ink or oil paint.
Then the drawing is pressed by hand onto a sheet of absorbent paper or is printed on an. Perhaps one of the most notable inventions in the United States print world is the Linotype machine, developed in by a German watchmaker named Ottmar Mergenthaler. This machine drastically sped up the printing process and helped revolutionize the newspaper industry by its innovative technique of “line casting,” which placed entire lines of type for printing, rather than just individual letter.
The problem was that the Monotype Corporation, which employed Morison and dominated book-printing in the English-speaking world for much of the 20th century, went bust in.
Vol. 31, Whole No. (January-February ) Contents: "The 'Monotype' from Infancy to Maturity." Illustrations: The Composition Caster, the Style D Keyboard with Tabular Composition Attachment, Tolbert Lanston, the first Monotype keyboard, the first prototype Monotype (cold-forming machine), the second and third prototype machines, the first keyboard in England (), the "limited font.
In American inventor Tolbert Lanston of Washington, D.C. demonstrated his prototype of the Monotype machine, a machine that set individual characters of type in justified lines rather than "lines of type" like the Linotype n's initial typesetting machine consisted of a keyboard producing a perforated record of a job in a paper spool, something like a player piano roll, which.
This was a sturdier version, and it was needed to hold up to the newest demands of newspaper printing: faster presses and cheaper paper.
In the United States, the Times font family has enjoyed popularity as a magazine and book type since the s. Times continues to be very popular around the world because of its versatility and readability.
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Supported metagames ORAS Monotype (Gen 6) BW Monotype (Gen 5) DPP Monotype (Gen 4) Guidelines to follow before posting.Helvetica available on Monotype machines. Monotype Corporation is acquired by the Grendon Trust; then taken over by CST Investments Ltd.
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