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  • "Minimum Positive Keyline Halfway Grip" ?

    I'm writing up a questionnaire for a client where he asks about "Minimum Positive Keyline Halfway Grip" but I don't understand what he means (sorry, I'm an alien).
    Is it about trapping?
    Or what?

    ...OH, and also:
    "Tonework & Proofing: Screen Ruling for Tonework e.g. 150 lpi"
    What is "tonework"??

  • #2
    I might be mixing up terms but on the keyline question are they wondering how close to the trimbox can a line or border be where you can guarantee a even margin between the line and the edge of the sheet?

    And maybe for tone work they are saying anything not produced as solids? tonework = half-tone work?
    Last edited by arossetti; 03-12-2018, 01:45 PM.

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    • #3
      I really dunno!!

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      • #4
        When someone says keyline I think of this: https://www.prantl.com/christmas-car...ne-border.html That thin blue border.

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        • #5
          I found this:
          https://labelprintingportland.com/keyline/
          ...and it's 'trapping' to me!

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          • #6
            I've found something about it in a newly arrived job...
            A thin line (0,1mm) on the bound between white and colored areas, made with a 5th spot color.

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