Flexo Gravure Global Screening technology for expanded colour gamut printing

Screening technology for expanded colour gamut printing

Hamillroad Auraia DMS, Bellissima DMS

Screening technology for expanded colour gamut printing Andy Cave Whatever name you know it by – fixed palette, Expanded Colour Gamut (ECG), extended process, N-colour, or something else – the objective is the same: To simulate spot colours using screen tint builds of four or more colours to provide more choice to brand owners while increasing production throughput and reducing …

Bellissima DMS high-quality flexo screening technology

To maximise quality you must eliminate ‘quality’

Hamillroad Auraia DMS, Bellissima DMS

To maximise quality you must eliminate ‘quality’ Ask a group of flexo printers if they consider themselves to be “quality” printers, and you’ll typically receive an emphatic chorus of “yes.” But if you ask them to define what they mean by “quality” you’ll usually get blank stares. If the “quality” of print is critical to you, but you can’t define …

Will DM technology usher in a new screening revolution?

Will DM technology usher in a new screening revolution?

Hamillroad Auraia DMS, Bellissima DMS, Hamillroad Software

Will DM technology usher in a new screening revolution? Simon Nias Wednesday, April 25, 2012 Whether, conventional, stochastic or hybrid, or to use their respective abbreviations AM, FM or XM, halftone screens have long been associated with improving print quality. From the mid-nineties to the mid-noughties there was a rush of screening advances that, together with the switch from analogue …