Impression ? the image produced in a single operation on a printer, copier or press.
Imprinting ? the printing of additional information on an already printed piece
Imprint To print additional copy on a previously printed sheet.http://www.balmar.com/gloss_i.html
Imprint - the name and place of the publisher and printer required by law if a publication is to be published. Sometimes accompanied by codes indicating the quantity printed, month/year of printing and an internal control number.http://www.ou.edu/special/printing/glossary.html#I
ImpressionIn printing, the pressure of type, plate or blanket as it comes in contact with the paper.http://www.matchesadvertising.com/printing_te...
(1) Referring to an ink color, one impression equals one press sheet passing once through a printing unit. (2) Referring to speed of a press, one impression equals one press sheet passing once through the press.
Cylinder, on a press, that pushes paper against the plate or blanket, thus forming the image. Also called impression roller.
To print new copy on a previously printed sheet, such as imprinting an employee's name on business cards. Also called surprint.http://www.printindustry.com/form_glossary.htm#I