Imagesetter

Output device used to produce separated films from digital artwork. It can be thought of as a very high resolution printer. Most systems use the Postscript page description system.

imagesetter

A device that plots high-resolution bitmaps which have been processed by a RIP. may include type, graphics and photographic images.

Imagesetter

An imagesetter is an ultra-high resolution large-format computer output device. It exposes rolls or sheets of either photographic film or bromide paper to a laser light source. Once the film or paper is developed, a very high quality black and white image is revealed. Development (processing) usually occurs in a unit separate to the imagesetter, a...
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Imagesetter

A device that uses laser light to expose film at high dpi resolution, usually 1200 dpi or higher. Most imagesetters have a maximum dpi of 4000. When generating screens or dots for halftones, each dot is created from the smaller dots that are determined by the dpi resolution. Imagesetters come in many different sizes and formats. They ca...
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Imagesetter

A device that uses laser light to expose film at high dpi resolution, usually 1200 dpi or higher. Most imagesetters have a maximum dpi of 4000. When generating screens or dots for halftones, each dot is created from the smaller dots that are determined by the dpi resolution. Imagesetters come in many different sizes and formats. They can image one ...
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Imagesetter

A high-resolution device that prints directly to plate ready film. Many image setters output film at 2400 DPI (dots per inch).
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Imagesetter

A high-resolution printer (usually between 1,270 and 4,000 dpi) used in the printing industry to image a bitmap to a light-sensitive substrate.
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Imagesetter

Laser output device using photosensitive paper or film.
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