screen ruling

screen ruling

[′skrēn ‚rül·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
On a contact screen or ruled glass halftone screen, the total number of lines or dots per inch.
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Attendee Jeff Toepfler, design and prepress partner from Imageworx, commented, "The exceptional quality and ultra-fine adjustment capabilities of the MPS EF press have allowed us to stretch the already formidable capabilities of flexography into the, before now, unachievable realms of security, lenticular and exceptionally high line screen ruling print.
4) and Gencoglu (16) showed that higher screen ruling and the angle of the engraving needle tip and lower cell depth increases the ink density and reduces dot gain, while ink transfer increases only with finer screen rulings.
f) CTP system: screen ruling of not less than 150 lpi,
These shapes have a high dot gain in printing, so they are not to be recommended for high screen ruling.
Screen element growth function z is the function with the help of which the screening cell is built in the screening process for a set gray level and screen ruling (Foley et al.
Allen Press is known for print quality and uses a 175-line screen ruling as its standard.
It also includes screen ruling and can be mounted onto any substrate.
0 times the screen ruling (times any enlargement factor).
Access to screening information history means that details, such as screen system, dot shape and screen ruling, are recorded for future reference.
Second Order some prints includes twelve (12) monthly edition of "The Polish Armed" with the following parameters: a) Issue 14,000 copies (PZ), b) a copy of the volume: 112 pages + cover (4 pages) c) close to the A4 format - 205x285 mm, d) raw materials: -Cover: paper, chalk weighing 200 g / mA, UV varnish one side, -Interior: paper, chalk on paper of 80 g / mA, e) Printing technology: offset, space CMYK 4 + 4, f) CTP system: screen ruling no less than 150 lpi, g) Binding: glued.
On basis of analyzing such experimental results under low screen ruling and various angles, decision is made as to the allowed initial and final mutation shapes, and even as to discrete mutations, if necessary.
Variation in the print quality between multiple printing sites is also reduced because quality attributes such as line screen ruling, plate tonal curves, and quality measurement marks are applied centrally for distribution.