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Can anyone tell me how the halftone lpi relate to the meshcount.
How high can I go in the lpi of my rasterimage in order to hold on a certain meshcount ?
I have a some specialty printing to do and would need to go to 75 to 85 lpi for my raster image, preferably even higher.
Any recommendations ?

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