We're experimenting with stochastic screens instead of conventional line screens in order to more closely match the colors of proofs given to us by our customers. The odd thing we're noticing about stochastic screens is that the dots appear to align on top each other EXACTLY. Now, as a screen printer, this flies into the face of logic. Does anyone here have any experience printing stochastic screens? Would you kindly impart some advice and tips for us?
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