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    Offset PrintMaster 74

    AM screen, 175 lpi (most cases)

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    what is best for screen printing on t-shirts am or fm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lito View Post
    what is best for screen printing on t-shirts am or fm?
    which is method print you use?

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    Flexo Postprint in cardboard

    I read you and i think all of you work on offset.
    FM is not usual in in cardboard printing.
    Anyone has any other experience on it ?
    br,
    James Moriarty

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    I use traditional AM screen for flexo printing and also FM screen on gradient which is better. Lines 52; 58 lines percm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daambaa View Post
    FM raster gives better results on pictures with lots of small details but needs to be really precise calibrated, otherwise it would give "dirty" and "smudged" result.
    thats right, fm is better with high quality images, gradients and halftone lines, but it can very hard to print

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    Quote Originally Posted by kunkuno View Post
    thats right, fm is better with high quality images, gradients and halftone lines, but it can very hard to print
    It's big problem to print. you must have good equipment, expirience, and much much more parameters which affect on the print...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lito View Post
    what is best for screen printing on t-shirts am or fm?
    60 lpi am, but try others around that to find the right one for you, 60 lpi is like the middle point in quality vs ease of use, at least with the people i work with that do screen printing

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    Quote Originally Posted by super silja View Post
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    hi doctorBalde
    when i speak about square spot, i mean that square spot is marketing trick.
    there is small scientific/theoretical, and no any practical reason for square spot advantage. square spot is made because creo/kodak create dot through square (optical) valve. and after that guys from marketing make all mess.
    maybe i am wrong, as i remember optical valve is 20 micron wide, so valve is open half period, spot is 20 micron wide and in half period during exposing produce 10 micron height ( please take care, maybe i am wrong, if somebody have valuable info please confirm or denies)
    anyway 10 micron non periodic screening is not recommended.
    if you use microscope you can see that stacato is same as harlequin FM. ( another marketing trick, with different for same thing people think that creo/kodak invent something special)
    I agree with this opinion, I use screen stacato 20, but had never used stacato 10. I want to ask how to measure and what parameters need to be noticed for stacato 10. I had been doing measurements on a color bar with a densitometer. is there another way? thx

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    In flexo I use AM screening. SOme times Hybrid screening (Samba Screen).
    130-160 lpi.

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    Everything we run is Fuji Co-Res AM Screen, it uses a variable square dot. 300 line at 2540

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    2750 Dpi with AM scereen.

    it's better for our printing.

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    We use Agfa :Sublima and MagnumX 21μ from MAN Roland.

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    Our company use traditional AM screen in 200lpi for offset printing.

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    im asking i appling screening for channels or for object

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