Printing equipment exhibition hall is located in the museum basement, an area of about 2,200 square meters, completed in April 2001. Various types of prepress, post-press equipment from 1865 to the early 1990's were exhibited in this hall. These devices donated by the printing industry at home and abroad, are now very scarce. Including the early wrench iron printing machine, lead typesetting and casting machine, manual phototypesetting machine etc., the world's only remaining by the United States Miller in 1926 to create weighing 45 tons of bi-color double-sheet offset press, 1892 Lithography machine produced in Austria.
The printing machines experience the historical revolution of printing technology. From those machines we can touch the historical footprints, and we can comprehend the wisdom and sweat of our predecessors.