A blueprint refers to a detailed design plan, typically presented in technical drawings with a blue background and white lines.

Originally, blueprints were produced via a chemical process, where light-sensitive sheets were exposed to light, leaving behind a blue image when developed.

Today, 'blueprint' commonly signifies any detailed plan, including digital models.

These plans serve as the groundwork for various projects, guiding the execution of intricate tasks, including construction, engineering, and product design.


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