Origin of lithography
OTHER WORDS FROM lithographylith·o·graph·ic [lith-uh-graf-ik], /ˌlɪθ əˈgræf ɪk/, lith·o·graph·i·cal, adjectivelith·o·graph·i·cal·ly, adverbun·lith·o·graph·ic, adjective
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How to use lithography in a sentence
Over decades, engineers in chip fabrication had mastered the art of lithography.
“It’s a very difficult technology—in terms of complexity it’s probably in the Manhattan Project category,” says Sam Sivakumar, Intel’s director of lithography.
The showstopper is a problem with one of the lithography machines, which set the pace of the whole operation.
Each step down in process size—and increase in performance—requires the fab to be retooled with the latest generation of lithography machines to “print” the chips, along with the fleet of equipment that rings them.
Ohio Art sold off its toys, sharply cut its staff, and focused on metal lithography.How to fix what the innovation economy broke about America|Katie McLean|February 17, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Beautifully illustrated throughout, with colored frontispiece done in lithography.The Blue Jar Story Book|Maria Edgeworth
Some artists experimented, but lithography did not pay while the anecdote in paint fetched a fortune.
Lithography, appropriated by commerce, was almost forgotten as a means of artistic expression.
And since then no incautious British artists or critics have dared to tamper with Senefelder's definition of lithography.
The colored plates are reproduced in the highest style of chromo-lithography from Mr. Thorburn's elaborate drawings.Bird Lore, Volume I--1899|Various