By National Research Council, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, National Materials Advisory Board, Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems, Committee on Next-Generation Currency Design

ISBN-10: 0309050286

ISBN-13: 9780309050289

Commonly, counterfeit deterrent beneficial properties constrained counterfeiting to just the devoted craftsman. With the arrival of hugely subtle reprographic structures, this is often now not actual. redecorate of U.S. banknotes is critical as a way to include extra positive aspects aimed toward discouraging counterfeiting utilizing complicated copiers-scanners-printers. This quantity evaluates quite a few such positive factors whereas recommending a finished nationwide procedure for watching for and responding to counterfeiting threats.

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Most color copiers are not now designed for two-sided printing. Copiers capable of printing on two-sides are beginning to appear on the market, but they are not designed for accurate front-to-back registration3. However, there does not appear to be a technical barrier to eventual incorporation of the registration techniques used in lithography or gravure printing if the marketplace demands it. Unit Placements and Selling Prices When the previous National Materials Advisory Board studies were performed during the period 1985 to 1987, there was very limited market information on advanced copiers and printers.

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