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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Now in its 65th year, the Main Line Art Center is a valuable resource for more than 7,000 community members annually.
It is also possible to output combined image and line art in Adobe Illustrator(R) .
BLI praised the OKIPAGE 24, stating how its "print quality earned BLI's highest rating for all types of print jobs (text, line art, halftones and solids).
BLI technicians specifically praised the unit's toner yield and image quality, awarding the 7035 its "highest image quality" rating for all types of output (text, line art, halftones and solids), in both copy and print modes.
NOTE TO EDITORS: Line art, photos and interviews with Marquardt, medical authorities and users are available/
This quality recognition was based on all types of output (text, line art, halftones and solids), in both copy and print modes, and was found to deliver efficiency rates that are above average in all simplex and duplex copy modes, and competitive in simplex and duplex print modes.
Ray Dream's addDepth creates depth and perspective effects for type and line art.
The system's 600 dpi copy quality earned BLI's highest rating for text, line art, halftones and solids.
Founded in December 1989, Ray Dream currently publishes Ray Dream Designer(R), a high-resolution, full-color Macintosh 3D illustration tool; JAG, a Macintosh and Windows utility that automatically removes jaggies from computer-generated imagery, and addDepth(TM), which automatically adds depth and perspective to type and vector-based line art.
The GT-10000+ delivers outstanding performance for producing color and line art scans.
We've teamed with Apple to build a product that does the best possible job reproducing color and grayscale photographs and line art, from scan to print," said Michael Solomon, Light Source president.