Traditional Color Angles Glossary Term
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Traditional Color Angles
The screen angles most commonly used for color separations, yellow at 0 degrees, cyan at 15 degrees, black at 45 degrees and magenta at 75 degrees. The best results in reducing a moire pattern are achieved when using these angles.

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