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Printing stability and repeatability

DRIP's unique processing enables the color depth to be kept intact even at extreme resolutions. By imitating the natural geometry that inks ultimately take while spreading and sticking to the printed medium, minimizing ink transfer error, DRIP provides more stability and repeatability and lower dot gain by reducing edge length.

Non-Linear Range Restoration is a process used by DRIP for restoring the non-linear part of printing reproduction in the highlights, between pure white and the smallest dot practically reproducible. Photogram Technologies' DIPP (Dense Image Processor Pack), which includes an extended functionality lenticular version of the DRIP, is enhanced by a few other Photogram innovations specific to lenticular such as Pro-Lens Scaling.

Additional advantages of DRIP are : to provide an absolute control of the capacity to reproduce the colors on the printed material even surpassing photographic quality; to increase the level of definition of any printed image, enabling more specifically to insert a far greater number of images in each lenticular product, making the Photogram lenticular special effects the best presently available in the market; to produce products which are secure, since no other printing raster on the market uses lines, making the Photogram printed products impossible to copy and, in general, to greatly facilitate the printing process on lenticular plastic.

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