We create the smallest printed book in the world
In Japan, we created the smallest printed book in the world. The length of its sides is only 0.75 mm, the width of the letter - 0.01 mm, so it can not be read without the use of a microscope. Book of 22 pages titled Shiki no Kusabana ( "Seasonal Flowers") was published in the Japanese company Toppan Printing, engaged in the creation of micro-1964.
Toppan Printing plans to submit an application to the Guinness Book of Records. Until now, the smallest printed book was considered a 30-page book, "Chameleon", created by Siberian Konenko Antalya in 1996. The length of the sides of the book was 0.9 mm.
The smallest copy of the printed book is recognized as Canada's "Teeny Ted from Turnip Town". Its size is 0.07h0.10 mm. Letters books have been created on the crystalline silicon piece.