Hard Dot

Hard Dot

A portion of a halftone image with a sharp edge. A halftone image is used to print an illustration, and a hard dot produces better quality print. Often, new halftones have hard dots, but they degenerate over time to soft dots, which have less defined edges. A hard dot should not be confused with a hard edge.
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Tom took his pencil and made several hard dots with it on his book-cover--"
0 delivers contract proofs with a hard dot, sharp images, accurate color and fine detail - just as they would appear on the press.
CreoScitex Recording Film is a Hard Dot film, which provides maximum density, exceptional contrast and minimal dot loss for improved quality and stability.