Job Printer


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Job Printer

In publishing, a specialized printer for cards, circulars and similar items.
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They promoted women's suffrage and thrived as job printers, for there were other, traditional hazards in the workplace: a member of the non-Union house of Bacon & Co.
The Journal circulates approximately 1,300 copies, according to Nathan Bartlett, the son of its publisher and job printer Dan Bartlett.
Advocate was a general job printer with one contract to print Collins White Circle Pocket Novels.
the call of the job printer takes place in the first 3 years of the contract period; then only consumables are retrieved.