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Halftoning Strategies for Color Printing
Halftoning Strategies for Color Printing
Halftoning Strategies for Color Printing
Halftoning Strategies for Color Printing
Halftoning Strategies for Color Printing

Here is the explanation of how the "magic" of color printing depends upon the critical decisions made at the halftone micro structure level. From its first commercial applications in the 1890s to today, halftone structure choices for color printing have presented ongoing challenges to inventors and practitioners alike. The two competing approaches: random element versus regimented element, keep reminding us of the trade offs that are made during the color reproduction process.

This book explores halftone screening choices with the following quality-related factors in mind:


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UnSquaring the Wheel: Comprehensive & Scalable Transformation
UnSquaring the Wheel: Comprehensive & Scalable Transformation
UnSquaring the Wheel: Comprehensive & Scalable Transformation
UnSquaring the Wheel: Comprehensive & Scalable Transformation

Professor Chris Bondy of RIT’s School of Media Sciences knows this is a crucial time for graphic communications businesses. “Many management methods are deeply ingrained in our industry. Unfortunately, many no longer apply in the current market and environment. But our research revealed some exceptional companies that go against the common wisdom and outperform their competitors in a big way.” That piqued his interest and he sought others who shared that understanding. 


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Color Printing Revolution - Productivity! Creativity! Quality!
Color Printing Revolution - Productivity! Creativity! Quality!
Color Printing Revolution - Productivity! Creativity! Quality!
Color Printing Revolution - Productivity! Creativity! Quality!
Color Printing Revolution - Productivity! Creativity! Quality!
Color Printing Revolution - Productivity! Creativity! Quality!

Digital technology produced astonishing advances in prepress productivity, unleashing many creative possibilities and image quality improvements. Progress in printing technologies also raised color quality and productivity. Today’s subsequent availability of inexpensive, high-quality color images, has greatly enriched us all.

Author Gary G. Field’s account of modern color printing’s evolution has four areas of emphasis:


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Highlights of the Cary Graphic Arts Collection at Rochester Institute of Technology
Highlights of the Cary Graphic Arts Collection at Rochester Institute of Technology
Highlights of the Cary Graphic Arts Collection at Rochester Institute of Technology
Highlights of the Cary Graphic Arts Collection at Rochester Institute of Technology
Highlights of the Cary Graphic Arts Collection at Rochester Institute of Technology
Highlights of the Cary Graphic Arts Collection at Rochester Institute of Technology
Highlights of the Cary Graphic Arts Collection at Rochester Institute of Technology

Since its founding in 1969, the Cary Graphic Arts Collection at Rochester Institute of Technology has grown from the personal library of its namesake Melbert B. Cary Jr., to one of the nation’s premier libraries on graphic communication history. Highlights of the Cary Graphic Arts Collection brings this history to life with a selection of items that not only exemplify the scope and mission of the library, but are treasures in their own right.


History of the Phototypesetting Era
History of the Phototypesetting Era

Tracing one of the most important eras and turning points of printing industry technological transitions, this 340-page book is for those wanting to understand the technology and impact of phototypesetting that linked the centuries-old practice of hot metal typesetting and letterpress printing with the computer age.  


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History of the Linotype Company (Softcover)
History of the Linotype Company (Softcover)
History of the Linotype Company (Softcover)
History of the Linotype Company (Softcover)
History of the Linotype Company (Softcover)
History of the Linotype Company (Softcover)
History of the Linotype Company (Softcover)

From the Victorian era to the start of the twenty-first century, the Mergenthaler Linotype Company dominated the typesetting and printing industries. Unlike previous books which have ended with the invention of the Linotype, Frank Romano tells the rest of the story. This book details the products, the people, and the corporate activities that kept the company ahead of its competition in hot metal, phototypesetting, and pre-press technology. Over ten corporate entities eventually formed the U.S. manufacturer, which ended its corporate life as a division of a German press maker.


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Personalization, ebook

Patricia Sorce is the administrative chair of the Rochester Institute of Technology School of Print Media and co-director of the RIT Printing Industry Center. This book, the fourth volume in the Printing Industry Center Series, serves as a follow up to Dr. Sorce's previous book, Data-Driven Print, published in 2006. Here, she documents the importance of utilizing personalization and custom communication techniques, and identifies the best practices, best prospects and associated business models for delivering top value to printing clients.


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Test Targets 10
Test Targets 10
Test Targets 10
Test Targets 10
Edited By Robert Chung

Test Targets is a collection of scholarly papers contributed by faculty, students, and alumni of Rochester Institute of Technology. It is a collaborative effort exploring the use of scientific method for color imaging and process control. The content is a result of student teamwork to publish a technical journal for a graduate-level course titled Advanced Color Management.


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Personalization

Patricia Sorce is the administrative chair of the Rochester Institute of Technology School of Print Media and co-director of the RIT Printing Industry Center. This book, the fourth volume in the Printing Industry Center Series, serves as a follow up to Dr. Sorce's previous book, Data-Driven Print, published in 2006. Here, she documents the importance of utilizing personalization and custom communication techniques, and identifies the best practices, best prospects and associated business models for delivering top value to printing clients.


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Test Targets 8.0
Test Targets 8.0
Test Targets 8.0
Test Targets 8.0
Test Targets 8.0

Test Targets is a collection of scholarly papers contributed by faculty, students, and alumni of Rochester Institute of Technology. It is a collaborative effort exploring the use of scientific method for color imaging and process control. The content is a result of student teamwork to publish a technical journal for a graduate-level course titled: Advance Color Management.


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