What is another word for lithograph machine?

Pronunciation: [lˈɪθəɡɹˌaf məʃˈiːn] (IPA)

Lithograph machine is a printing machine that produces high-quality images and texts. The word "lithograph" originated from the Greek words "lithos" meaning "stone" and "grapho" meaning "to write". It involves the use of a flat stone or metal plate to transfer ink and produce copies of the original image or text. There are several names synonymous to a lithograph machine which includes offset press, litho press, offset lithograph, offset printer, litho printer, and printing press. These machines have revolutionized the printing industry by producing high-quality prints with superior quality and efficiency. They are used to print large quantities of books, magazines, labels, posters, and packaging materials.

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