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HALFTONING TOPICS

The core of a RIP is its halftoning capabilities. Halftoning is the simulation of a continuous–tone image, such as a photograph or gradient vector design with dots, but what does that really mean? Read our articles about the fundamentals and intricacies of halftoning to find out.

Introduction to Digital Halftoning
"Arranging the dots" for best results

Color Digital Halftoning
Digital halftones in multi–channel output

Dispersed Dot Halftoning
A closer look at dispersed (FM) screens

Variable Dot Halftoning
Variable dot capabilities in newer printers

Introduction to Moiré Patterns
Moiré and precision halftoning

Precision Rosette/Stochastic Hybrid Screens
A powerful tool in Wasatch SoftRIP SP

Precision Stochastic Screens
A powerful halftone method for digital printing

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