Triple Dot expands on the concept of Double Dot, adding a third row of dots to the matrix grid. Because the size of the dots becomes smaller in relation to the letterforms and the raster finer, the individual dots tend to fade visually. This lends a greyscale effect to the characters. The dots can be drilled in a variety of materials ranging from metal over wood to plexiglass; the end result can then be used as a see-through design or backlit for added effect. As the dot raster is square the typeface can also be used to apply lettering to any already perforated material.