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Printing one subtractive primary ink over another, producing positive images on a screen background.
Also called surprinting. One colour is printed on top of another.
When an image or text is printed on an area that has already been printed.
Printing over a previously printed sheet; also specified where colours must not reverse out of each other.
Printing over areas already printed
Printing objects and text on top of the background colour. Overprinting works best on small objects and text, and on objects and text that are black or a dark colour. The opposite of overprinting is knock out.
To print a second image or type over something else.
Printing over an area already printed. Contrast with knockout.
Overprinting is a traditonal printing process which utilizes either silk screening or hot foil stamping (aka "hot-stamping) on top of a hologram image or product.
Printing one color over another, instead of knocking out the background color (see also knockout). Back to Previous Page
Printing one colour over another, instead of knocking out the background colour.
printing over an area already printed. Used to emphasise changes or alterations.
Printing over an already printed page.
Any printing that is done on an area that has already been printed.
to print a second image ( not always in an additional colour) on a previously printed sheet.
Printing over hot stamped foil.
Printing over a previously printed impression, such as printing type over a halftone screen image.
Printing over an area that has already been printed. Often used in color printing in order to enhance a particular color, or contrast and distinguish a particular color from other similar colors. It is used when the normal process color system is unable to discern close color differences, but are required by the customer.
Printing over already-printed areas. Also called surprinting.
When you deliberately set one color to print onto another. This is generally done with 100% black ink, which does not show through other colors. Pp
An additional printing over a previously printed sheet.
Printing onto a sheet which has been previously printed. Typically used to add dealer addresses to generic brochures.
printing an image over another impression. In addition, in graphic arts work, overprinting refers to printing a secondary color over a primary color in order to achieve a special tint or pattern.
Double printing; printing over an area that already has been printed.