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November 24, 2016

A Visual History of the Evolution of Printing

Perhaps no invention has had more of a global cultural impact than the printing press. It allowed for mass education and significant economic development. Today, printing technology is widespread in our daily lives. Printing technology has come a long way from the days of Gutenberg. It took 385 days to print the first Gutenberg Bible. Today, the same book can be printed in 3.86 hours by a single printer.

From Quill to Cartridge - History of Printing

Discover the history of printing “from quill to cartridge” in this beautiful and informative infographic.


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