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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With features such as horizontal and vertical lens shift to allow for square images even when the projector is positioned at unusual screen angles, double stackability, power zoom and focus, and a compact form factor enabling easy setup and moveability, the GT2150 provides unparalleled flexibility.
The images produced through FM screening are free from the rosettes, moires, rainbows and screen angles that are characteristic of conventional printing.
TECHKON SpectroPlate[R] - a high resolution digital microscope that measures dot percentage, screen angles, and dot gain transfer curves for traditional offset or process-less, chemistry-free printing plates.
Automatic or interactive positioning - Automatic generation of view fields - Automatic space allocation for control strips - Automatic crop marks for individual elements - Step-and-repeat mode - With appropriate networking software, you can establish multiple hot folders for different page setups, facilitating unattended operation - Screening setup (frequency, screen angles, spot function, dot gain) - Automatic progress log indicates successful layout of a flat
Among the highlights of more than 100 years of history: invention of industry-standard screen angles for electronic CMYK production; invention of the first digital scanner; invention of the first high-quality PostScript output device; development of the first PostScript typefaces; and provider of the color technology that made Apple ColorSync 2.
Among the highlights of more than 100 years of history: invention of industry-standard screen angles for electronic CMYK production; invention of the first digital scanner; invention of the first high-quality PostScript output device; development of the first PostScript typefaces; development of LinoColor, the only software that scans directly into the CIELAB color space, and provider of the color technology that made Apple ColorSync 2.
The Spectra*Star T8050 matched the output of the Quickmaster DI much closer than dye sublimation proofers we evaluated because of the unique ability to show dot patterns at the same screen angles as the presses," said Baggarley.