from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A copperplate-printers' press in which impression is made by passing the plate under a rolling cylinder.
- n. A calendering-machine, which consists of two or more closely geared cylinders of smooth surface, used for smoothing and polishing the surface of paper.
- n. A machine with two or more steam-heated iron rollers, which removes indentations from printed sheets.
- n. In letterpress printing, a printing mechanism in which a cylinder rolls to and fro over the type to be printed, as in the ordinary galley-proof press.
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