American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a typesetting machine operated from a keyboard that activates a unit that casts and sets individual characters.
“BOOK: I am a book composed of 569 pages printed on paper, translated by Reg Keeland, published by the Quercus imprint of MacLehose Press in Monotype Sabon in 2009 -”
“School Oblique, from Monotype, is designed to be easy to imitate; Report is a geometric sans with a large x-height and an open design; Desard, from Typodermic is another which would encourage the development of handwriting; then there’s Simpliciter Sans, Ruly, Folder, Primer Print, ABCSchrift Zwei, Eins and Drei, and hundreds of others!”
“Beginning Tuesday, Monotype Imaging, a Massachusetts company that owns one of the largest collections of typefaces in the world, is making 2,000 of its fonts available to web designers.”
“In the 1970s he was type director at the Lanston Monotype Corportion during its brief incarnation in Vancouver.”
“Part 2 of the tour focuses on the Monotype foundry:”
“He was type director at Lanston Monotype during the 1970s when it was based in Vancouver.”
“Our young designers are amazed at what WE did, but their faces are a picture when I describe the Monotype keyboard, caster and subsequent composition running parallel for a while to photosetting.”
“By referring to the original metal versions of Sabon for Linotype casting, Monotype machines and hand-setting, as well as Garamond's 16th century pages, Porchez has created a typeface of great utility and beauty.”
“Monotype - made by painting on a plexiglass (or other) surface with oil or water-based inks and printing the image onto dampened paper.”
“Eventually print-outs from the database were used as copy for hot-metal Monotype composition.”
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