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Simon, Out of interest, what type of paper do you use to get full 256 step black to white results via your PiezoBW inkjet? My experience is that even a 64 step B&W, especially with a good edge dithering and small matrix or pixel resolution makes a pretty nice looking gradient. I do wonder how successful an inkjet can be in producing a 256 step gradient, black to white, even with 4 ink densities. Art Simon Lamb wrote: > On my PiezoBW system I would hope so or it is going back!!!!! What presses > require is irrelevant to the issue that an image can have a full tonal range > from 0 to 255, and there are printing systems out there that can fully > distinguish between all the steps in between. > > If I want black in my prints and all the tones between blach and white > (assuming they all exist), then I have the capability to print them and I > want them. Period. > > Simon > > - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.