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Phototypesetting with the Berthold ‹diatype›

Ralf Herrmann

The Berthold ‹diatype› was a phototypesetting machine introduced around 1960. This video, shot at the printing museum Pavillon-Presse in Weimar, Germany explains how this device works. 




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