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On Tuesday, June 4, 2002, at 12:03 AM, SKID Photography wrote: > Peter , > I don't think you'd get a moiré pattern with an Epson printer (and > driver), no > matter what the file resolution is, as the ink dot pattern is > stochastic and not > in a grid, whereas the pixels are in a grid....The ink pattern is very > similar > to the grain pattern on film, which is to say random. Easy enough to check. Sometime in the next couple of days I'll build an image contrived to generate moiré patterns and I'll report on the results via a C80. The inking may be stochastic, but there is still an underlying grid - otherwise you could never get a nozzle check with straight lines. That said, I think it will take a _very_ contrived image to force a moiré pattern with the current drivers. Peter Tattersall Hmmm. Red pill, blue pill.... - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.