platen is in great despondency, and says he never will be sanguine about anything again.
The lower side of the platen was covered with a soft "packing" or "blanket" of cloth.
Eventually, he was able to simply snitch it out of the platen of the humming Selectric and walk out.
The platen had a spiral groove on its surface, like the disk.
Not to be checked by platen's best diligence; not, in the end, by platen and Dohna together.
The screw was then turned down until the platen pressed the paper against the inked type, and produced a printed sheet.
Siege, we have chanced to see, there accordingly is, and a platen gone to help against it.
The work itself is attached either directly or indirectly to the table or platen P.
With platen presses the first pressing may be done by screws, but the final pressing should be accomplished by hydraulic presses.
The type came out bright as new and the old ink dissolved readily from the platen and roller.
1540s, from Middle French plateine, from Old French platine "flat piece, metal plate" (13c.), perhaps altered (by influence of plat "flat") from patene, from Latin patena "pan."