Our greyscale photomasks are manufactured using a dithering process. Available on different materials and chrome coatings, they can be supplied in a little as 3 days. Dithering is a process of representing grey levels to the human eye by placing certain sized dots or patterns close to each other, varying them in size and shape to represent a grey tone. This method has been used for many years in the printing and newspaper industry; however we have the ability to take this graphics pattern to a whole new level due to the small pixel sizes that we can generate. The end result is a binary mask that appears grey to a lens or video due it being unable to resolve the pixels individually.