The general term for type which is created by photocomposition, in which no heat is required.
Modern typesetting methods that no longer use 'hot metal'.
In composition, type set by a direct impression method or on a typewriter-composing machine. Also, can be used when referring to hand type or photocomposition.
type composed by typewriter, paper paste-up, or photographic means
type produced without the use of characters cast from molten metal, such as on a VDU.
Photographic paper with entire stories, ads and photographs already printed on it.
Setting type and producing pages on computer screens. The resulting computer typesetting files can be printed by laser and xerographic processes. Older Linotype methods set what was called hot type.
Type that is set photographically on paper, an advancement from type that was set in hot lead.
Type that is produced photographically
Type produced by means other than hot metal, such as on a composing machine or in a page layout program.
Typesetting without the use of molten metal, ie typewriting, photocomposition, computerized composition.