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'''Monochromatic print''' (''black&white, black/white, b/w'') is a print using black process ink only ('''K''' of [[CMYK]]).
 
'''Monochromatic print''' (''black&white, black/white, b/w'') is a print using black process ink only ('''K''' of [[CMYK]]).
  
On white paper this will allow for white / black / shades of grey tones. [[Rich black]] will '''not''' be available.
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On white paper this will allow for white / black / shades of grey tones. Rich black (combination of black ink with CMY inks) will '''not''' be available.
  
 
If [[Pantone]] blacks are used, the print will not be referred to as as ''monochromatic''.
 
If [[Pantone]] blacks are used, the print will not be referred to as as ''monochromatic''.

Latest revision as of 13:46, 18 September 2019

Monochromatic print (black&white, black/white, b/w) is a print using black process ink only (K of CMYK).

On white paper this will allow for white / black / shades of grey tones. Rich black (combination of black ink with CMY inks) will not be available.

If Pantone blacks are used, the print will not be referred to as as monochromatic.