What made Gutenberg’s printing press so special? The printing press that Gutenberg developed in 1439 did four fairly new things in the printing world: 1 Mobile type: Before Gutenberg, printing was done mainly with wooden blocks. Gutenberg’s idea was to create separate letters, which could be moved and then reused.
Through Vejas Liulevicius, Ph.D., University of Tennessee Printing, when invented by Johann Gutenberg in the 1400s, had a huge impact on the world as it then existed. He revolutionized the society of the time, strengthened social movements like the Renaissance and became one of the pioneering points of the scientific
Through Vejas Liulevicius, Ph.D., University of Tennessee The printing press created by Johann Gutenberg was one of the most revolutionary inventions of all time, with far-reaching effects that shaped life as we know it today. While the impacts of the press have been felt in all spheres of life –
Eastman Kodak is stepping up its comeback campaign with the launch of major new products, including an inkjet press that it describes as a potentially revolutionary solution for commercial and publishing printing. The announcements came during a virtual press conference with reporters and analysts on June 15, the third official