Definitions for "Planography"
One of the four major classes of printmaking. Unlike intaglio and relief matrices, there is no difference in level between the inked surface and the noninked surface. Planography usually refers to lithographs, but it also includes zincographs, aluminographs (algraphs), and photolithographs.
the process of printing from a surface on which the printing areas are not raised but are ink-receptive (as opposed to ink repellent)
any process, such as lithography, which prints from a flat surface.
Keywords:  washrooms, aisles, pallet, bin, rack
A scale drawing of a storage area showing the approved layout of the area, location of bulk bin, rack and box pallet areas, aisles, assembly areas, walls, doorways, directions of storage, office space, washrooms, and other support and operational areas.