The Risograph can print at 600 d.p.i. and has two gradient techniques to choose from:
- Grain Touch: a randomized diffusion dither pattern (like a photo or film grain)
- Screen-Covered: creates classic halftone patterns on a very small scale.
- Screen Frequency controls the size of dots produced (higher numbers = smaller dots).
- Screen Angle controls the angle that the pattern is set to.
We recommend using Grain Touch over Screen-covered. If you have questions about screen-covered and Riso halftones, please contact the IC.