Blueprinting



the procedure of improving the performance of an engine by dismantling and then rebuilding the reciprocating parts so that they meet exact tolerances.
a process of photographic printing, used chiefly in copying architectural and mechanical drawings, which produces a white line on a blue background.
a print made by this process.
a detailed outline or plan of action:
a blueprint for success.
to make a blueprint of or for.
noun
Also called cyanotype. a photographic print of plans, technical drawings, etc, consisting of white lines on a blue background
an original plan or prototype that influences subsequent design or practice: the Montessori method was the blueprint for education in the 1940s
verb
(transitive) to make a blueprint of (a plan)
n.

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