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  • Hot metal typesetting | Definition and Translations

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    Hot metal typesetting refers to machine-based typesetting technologies, where molten type metal is injected into a mold that has the shape of one or more glyphs. Examples of such machines are the Linotype and the Monotype.

     

    Dutch: loodzetten
    French: composition chaude
    German: Maschinensatz [als Variante des Bleisatzes]
    Spanish: Composición en caliente

    Ralf Herrmann By Ralf Herrmann ()
    Contributors: Manuel Sesma Alexis B.
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