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  • High-Quality Film Output: Specializing in inkjet film for screen printing.

  • Custom Solutions: Producing film positives and negatives tailored to your needs.

  • Advanced Capabilities: Film output up to 1595mm wide.

  • Precision and Excellence: Detailed line ruling, custom dot shapes, and specific screen angles.

  • Proprietary Materials: Using Jet Film and Jet Black Ink for superior results.

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Specify the line ruling, dot shape and angles required. 


Each line (or row) and each column contain a certain number of dots at a particular density.

eg. a 45 lpi screen contains horizontal rows of 45 dots per inch and vertical columns of 45 lines per inch. Importantly the Screen MESH Count should be 5x the chosen LPI


The geometric appearance of a halftone dot, which may vary from elliptical to perfectly round to square. Depending on the application, the shape of halftone dots can be varied to eliminate such problems as moiré and dot gain

Choose from: Round, Euclidean Round, Screen Elipse 60/40, Screen Elipse 70/30,


The angle at which the rows of halftone dots run in relation to the horizontal. In order to eliminate undesirable moiré patterns when the four color separation halftones are overprinted, each screen needs to be placed at a different angle, as the dots of one color can interfere with another.

Our default angles are C: 22.5°, M: 82.5°, Y: 7.5° & K: 52.5°

Screen Printing Halftone Rosette

Traditional Halftone Rosette

Artwork Checklist

  • Verify your artwork is set at the actual size you want it printed or specify the scale.

  • Make sure your file has a resolution of at least 300dpi.

  • All text layers should be rasterized or converted to outlines.

  • Multi-color images should have each color on a separate layer.

Acceptable Formats

  • .bmp (Bitmap)

  • .ai (Adobe Illustrator)

  • .psd (Adobe Photoshop)

  • .eps (Encapsulated Postscript)

  • .pdf (Portable Document Format)

  • .tif (Tagged Image File Format)

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