COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF SOLID INK DENSITY OF MATTE-ART, GLOSS ART AND HIGH GRADE LITHO PAPER ON DOT GAIN IN SHEET-FED OFFSET PRINT QUALITY


Abhishek Gautam, Bijender Kaushik, Ankit Boora, Abha Gautam
M.Tech , Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology
Abstract
Sheet-fed printing is a high-quality printing method which is defined as the technique in printing in which the image having ink or offset is transferred to a rubber blanket to the printing surface from a plate. Dot gain is a printing phenomenon that causes printed material to seem darker than intended in offset lithography and other kinds of printing. Solid Ink Density is the quantity of ink deposited to the paper during the printing process. In this research, the values of dot gain and solid ink density of Matte-Art paper, Gloss-Art paper and High-Grade Map-Litho paper were measured using Spectro densitometer. Results indicated that increase in solid ink density led to increase in dot gain values.
Keywords: Sheet-fed printing, Matte-Art Paper, Gloss-Art Paper, High Grade Map-Litho Paper, Trapping Value, Thickness.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)

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Published on : 2021-09-29

Vol : 6
Issue : 9
Month : September
Year : 2021
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