DM screening digitally modulates every pixel it produces thereby precisely controlling the dots in each separation while its 'stochastic rosette' interleaves the screens in the separations to eliminate noise and moiré. In addition, the stochastic rosette maximizes the ink-on-paper area and minimizes the amount of ink-on-ink to expand the available color gamut while eliminating color shifts due to misregistration. The screening analyzes each pixel to ensure that no dot is too small to plate or print yet still not large enough to be visible. No longer are printers restricted by problems with moiré, misregistration, rosette drift, color shifts, banding, dot gain variation, dot or shadow loss and so on.
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