line conversion

line conversion

[′līn kən‚vər·zhən]
(graphic arts)
A picture obtained by photographing continuous-tone pictures with line film, and no screen, thus reducing all the values in the original picture to black or white.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Then, we enriched Sidel by acquiring PET Engineering, which provides brand strategy and design consultancy, packaging design as well as line conversion services and moulds to the beverage industry,' Shevchuk continues, 'Today, by acquiring Comep, we enlarge our set of capabilities even further and extend our mould and tooling portfolio to offer complete packaging solutions to our clients.
When West landed the touch line conversion the deficit was cut to a single point.
He was steady from the charity line conversion, getting 7 out of 9 shots in.
Sinfield missed the touch line conversion to see the scores narrowed to 32-28.
Widnes hit back immediately through Richard Varkulis in the final minute and despite an excellent touch line conversion from Shane Grady, Halifax hung on.
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Lamb's touch line conversion reclaimed the lead and his last-minute penalty compounded Worcester's woes.
Before any experiment, the number of target genes involved in the selection and the expected level of line conversion must be defined.
Individual transactions are detailed on the invoice in euros with a bottom line conversion into local currency.
The sustainable line conversion was accomplished as a running change within two weeks, with no loss of production and with full target achievement.