Harlequin Dispersed Screening

Harlequin Dispersed Screening

HDS is Harlequin’s Patent-Pending stochastic, or ‘FM’ screening technology.

  • Purely random screening methods cluster into odd sized and shaped structures. This can cause the ‘noisy’ or ‘grainy’ results that are most apparent in smooth areas of contone pictures, flat tints, and vignettes.
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Harlequin Dispersed Screening

HDS is Harlequin’s Patent-Pending stochastic, or ‘FM’ screening technology. HDS creates reproductions with increased image detail over conventional screening methods and offers complete freedom from both cross screen and object moirés.
HDS is ideal for reproducing subjects for which object moiré is a problem (such as scenes with fabric, venetian blinds, or picket fences) and for printing with more than four process colors. It also offers increased image detail and fewer press registration problems over conventional screens.

Highlights:

  • Purely random screening methods cluster into odd sized and shaped structures. This can cause the ‘noisy’ or ‘grainy’ results that are most apparent in smooth areas of contone pictures, flat tints, and vignettes.
  • Also, since at any given percent dot value, purely stochastic screens contain structures of many different sizes, control of printing conditions becomes difficult, and printing using these screens can be unstable.

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