Intaglio Printing Glossary Term
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Intaglio Printing
The intaglio printing process uses a metal plate that has had the image cut into the surface. The sunken image is filled with ink and the surface is wiped clean so only ink is left in the sunken image areas. It is a very specialized process that gives a document a very high quality look. Intaglio is an old printing process but is still used today as one of the best security features on valuable documents.

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