Halftone


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Halftone

An engraving used to print an illustration, such as in a book or magazine. This word is most common in publishing.
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Halftone (TM) features "near-bright" colors patterned with various sizes of toned dots, reminiscent of halftone printing screens.
Digital Halftone originated in the 60th with the need to reproduce images for binary displays.
The light that enters the substrate between the halftone dots can scatter laterally within substrate before returning to the surface as a part of reflected light.
The ORIS ScreenDot feature directly processes 1-Bit imagesetter-data, producing perfectly accurate color halftone proofs.
There is a valid rule in halftone reproduction which says that the size of the printed screen elements increases with the increase of the halftone value.
Offset/screen combination permits using line-screen work together with halftone offset.
Korn said the halftones that come off the Xerox Nuvera are of "frameable" quality: "The image quality stands heads above the competition.
A screen is defined by conceptually laying a uniform rectangular grid of halftone cells over the device pixel array (Adobe Systems I.
The new halftone dot technology divides the conventional round dot into thin concentric rings that limit ink film thickness on the offset plate.
Joint Solution Provides a Faster & More Cost-Effective Process for Creating Halftone images - Users Can Now Easily Create High-Quality Half-Tone Images for Etching and Engraving on Glass, Metal, Stone and Other Substrates
The nyloflex ACT is meant for combination printing, where one plate consists of both halftone and solid printing areas.
The 1200 series UV Coroplus screen inks are available in Nazdar's standard line colors, as well as halftone cyan, halftone magenta, halftone yellow and halftone black for optimum four-color process production.