Blueprints are prints of a plan for a building or machine. The name comes from the fact that they are printed on a blue background with white lines. Blueprints are used by architects, builders, and engineers. The blueprint process actually came about in 1861, by French chemist Alphonse Louis Poitevin, who discovered that ferro-gallate in gum is photosensitive and can be used to reproduce an image.
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A three-dimensional model of a Cape Cod-style home is photographed on top of the blueprints that contractors will use to build it. The home has a white and brown facade, and an orange roof. Two skylights will beam sunlight into the upper floor.
Two construction workers, each wearing white hard hats and plaid shirts, review a set of construction blueprints together. The contractors may be building a new home or adding an addition to an existing home.
A large white residence, with multistoried windows and two brick chimneys, is photographed on top of architectural blueprints. The three-dimensional model of the home indicates what it will look like once the plans are complete.
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The US Navy (USN) has asked industry to submit blueprints for a fleet of Force Protection Medium (FPM) boats capable of guarding high-value ships, ports, and anchorages against terrorist attacks and other security threats. ...
Jon Rosamond, London. Janes 360. Wed, 13 Feb 2019 00:00:00 GMT.
The man behind a website devoted to sharing online blueprints for 3D-printed gun is suing the attorney general of New Jersey, after being alerted that the activity was violating a new gun control law. ...
David Sherfinski. Washington Times. Sun, 10 Feb 2019 22:36:05 -0500.