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What Is a Linear Plate Curve?

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A plate curve is a tone reproduction curve applied in the plate's workflow to have it render tone values which are different from those it gives when the laser processing and exposure have been set to the manufacturer's specifications. A linear plate is required to deliver the precise tone response on press.
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