Print; letters and words impressed on paper or other material by types; -- often used of the reading matter in distinction from the illustrations.
a method of transferring images to paper from a raised (or â€˜reliefâ€™) surface, as from a wood-cut or from metal type
Relief press used for printing type and other material.
A printing method where the areas to be inked are higher than the non-printing areas. The inked areas are then placed in contact with the material to be printed, transferring the ink from the raised areas to the substrate. A similar technique is used with rubber stamps. See also: Flexography; relief plate; relief printing.