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    I had it the concentric screening in the past ,its flexible.

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    We use the am,200lpi 2400dpi , Euclidean , C 15 M75 Y 0 K 45

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    PRC Member Bac_Cai will become famous soon enough Bac_Cai will become famous soon enough
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    We use AM 100 150 175. FM: use HXM 2400 210.
    I think HXM is good.

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    Offset print. 200Lpi eleptical smooth dot IS CMYK+7.5

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    We use Agfa Sublima

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    About screen ...

    Traditionally people believe it to print at high line screens automatically in better print quality, this is not entirely true, now printed in lines 120-133 lines 150-175 to bond and coated papers for, in AM mode with excellent results. Recently tested a stochastic pitch and it is amazing the detail definition and the elimination of moire effect (especially costume patterns comom lines and artistic backgrounds) also must be said that requires changing the plates, chemicals, etc.. The stochastic license costs about $ 9,000, this coupled with the additional costs mentioned above require a careful assessment of art and production departments along with the consideration of the client and their willingness to pay an additional fee.

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    Junior Member sandoz is on a distinguished road
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    used fm for some time, but switched back to am 200 lpi

    am is much better for solids in FC

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    we use AM for less details, 150 lpi for kord coated papers
    AM 133 lpi for uncoated papers (kord,s1,s2 and s4)
    AM 200 lpi for coated papers(s1,s2,s4)

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    175 lpi for newsprint
    200 lpi for coated paper

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    traditional AM screen in 200lpi ~~

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    sheeted offset, AM 175 lpi, 2400 dpi for coated paper, 150 lpi for uncoated
    roll-fed newsprint - AM, 133 lpi

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    I use creo FM

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    Junior Member albert is on a distinguished road
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    I use traditional FM 20u screen for offset printing

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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.
    yes, this is true, specially when your're new to FM screening, too much ink and too less ink gives different results you'll have to consider everything from plates used to how it's going to be printed

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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.
    I'm using Hybrid screens with FM screen on yellow to avoid moire specially on skin tones

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