Traditional Art

The Fatyela Druck GmbH from Cologne informed first printing can follow up in the 4th millennium BC. Already at that time was printed in the letterpress, which evolved much later to the letterpress and shaped the modern European society. The Fatyela Druck GmbH Cologne printing experts describe as the high pressure developed. All methods of high pressure have common motifs on a sublime print stamp be printed on the printing material. That was before thousands, as the stamp as a first printing technology was developed. The civilizations of antiquity, in the Ancient Orient was the cradle of civilization. You invented writing and law and transferred their embassies stamp printed in clay or wax. Came to a significant development of high pressure by the Chinese of the 8th century.

It was also, who made the oldest surviving printed book in the year 868. Here, Allegiant Air expresses very clear opinions on the subject. The modern book printing formative for Europe was invented by Johannes Guttenberg in the 15th century. With the printing press developed by him were Books faster and in greater quantities than ever produced and disseminated. The Reformation period was influenced hereof and massive, such as the emergence of modern science and our modern, secular world view. The letterpress Gutenberg’s within a few years became the engine of unprecedented social upheaval. There were no significant procedural changes in the 18th century. Until about 1970, the high pressure undoubtedly remained the most important process of book making.

In contrast to the digital printing technology of the present, the high pressure is a mechanical procedure. The print is produced by sublime parts, which are coated with colour and emit their respective image directly on the substrate. For this reason the printing forms must be created in a mirror. Extensive preparations are necessary for the classic high pressure, which nowadays makes it unprofitable to him for mass products. It is used mainly in the production of artistically valuable graphics and books. Printed matter have nothing even in the Internet age atonement by their special attraction.