Adjusting screen angles on Fuji Final Proof

AFarster

Member
Does anyone know either how to create custom or adjust the screen angles on a Fuji Final Proof system? For the most part it looks like the angles are pre-set and static.

Edited by: Adam on Sep 19, 2007 7:53 AM
 

stargate

Well-known member
Re: Adjusting screen angles on Fuji Final Proof

Your choice is 0,15,45,75 in Edit drop folder ->Printer.

You cannot changed them to anything you like.
 

AFarster

Member
Re: Adjusting screen angles on Fuji Final Proof

Yep. Saw that. Just thought there may have been a way to set up custom angles. Thanks.
 

stargate

Well-known member
Re: Adjusting screen angles on Fuji Final Proof

Well, I talked to some smart people and they said - NO. You CAN change different screen set with different screen dot (go to printer in drop folders and click browse) but this is it. You will see all possible screen rulings, dot shapes and angles there...

Why do you want to change anyway?
 

AFarster

Member
Re: Adjusting screen angles on Fuji Final Proof

I wanted to change this for the customer's specs they gave us. In the drop down there is only 15,45,0,75 I needed 15,45,90,75. Of course the pre set setting work for color but the proof is not to the specs we need.

Edited by: Adam on Sep 20, 2007 9:57 AM
 

G_Town

Well-known member
Re: Adjusting screen angles on Fuji Final Proof

We use nexus for our screening and just drop the 1 bits onto the Fuji proof manager is this something you could possibly do on your system?
 

Markbo

New member
Re: Adjusting screen angles on Fuji Final Proof

Adam,

Don't worry about it. 90 is the same as 0 on the Yellow
 

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