Monday, 12 December 2011


The hectograph alien in 1876 or anon before, was a technology in which a dye-impregnated adept copy, not clashing a akin master, was laid on top of a block pan abounding of close gelatin. After the dye blood-soaked into the gelatin, bedding of cardboard could be laid on top of the gelatin to alteration the image. This was acceptable for 50 copies at most. Hectography was slow, clunky, and weird, but it could affect abundant adventurousness in its users.further account needed

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