line copy

line copy

[′līn ‚käp·ē]
(graphic arts)
Copy that can be reproduced directly without using a halftone screen.
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According to Steven Label, the benefits of the new Colordyne 1600PC include no plate charges, virtually no changeover time between copies, near-perfect registration, smoother gradations without grain or hard lines, higher resolutions for fine line copy and superior process images.
Products can be decorated in one pass in up to eight colors with line copy, halftone, and full process-color artwork.
As a maker of reproduction furniture, Kindel adheres to the definition of "reproduction" as adopted by the American Association of Art Museum Directors in 1979: A reproduction is a line for line copy of the original using the same primary and secondary materials.