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Mark A. Coudray
Find out what direction computer-to-screen imaging technology is taking and how you can best take advantage of it in your operation.
File Compression for Bandwidth and Storage Efficiency
Discover what data-compression options are available and how to select the best ones for your files.
Using Ink Temperature and Mesh Specs to Eliminate Press Adjustments
Improper ink viscosity and mesh selection contribute more to press stoppage than you might think.
Learn how to make low-cost improvements that will enhance your screenmaking efforts.
Boosting Process-Color Ink Gamut with Fluorescents
Coudray examines ways in which fluorescent colors can add vibrancy and depth to dull process-color images.
A Look at Static and Dynamic Screen Tension
Discover how dynamic tension can affect the quality of printed graphics
The Unexpected Consequences of Prepress Upgrades
Coudray explains how to prepare your shop and clients for the big moves you have in mind.
Defective Color Vision and Perception
Coudray discusses color vision and describes some of the optical conditions that might influence what you, your staff, and your clients see.
The Realities of Implementing Computer-to-Screen Imaging
Creating Underbases and Detail-White Printers
Assessing and Controlling Textile Dot Gain
Tuning Your Print Procedures for a Color-Managed Workflow
Tuning Your Print Procedures for a Color-Managed Workflow, Part 2
Describing, Specifying, and Using Digital Digital Color Space
Hitting Halftone Targets Through Linearization, Part 2
The Realities of Color Matching
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