Understanding Our LPI Standards

To ensure the highest quality and most reliable prints, we maintain our halftone lines per inch (LPI) limit under 45-50

This careful balance allows us to produce sharp, detailed images without compromising the clarity and consistency of your designs.

How Our LPI Limit Compares to Other Shops

  • Quality and Consistency: Many screen printing shops use higher LPI settings, often pushing up to 55-65 LPI or even higher. While this can produce finer details, it also increases the risk of moiré patterns and inconsistencies, especially on different types of fabrics. By sticking to under 45-50 LPI, we ensure that our prints maintain a high level of clarity and avoid these common issues.
  • Reliability: Higher LPI settings require more precise alignment and greater control over the printing process. While some shops may achieve this, it can lead to more errors and lower overall reliability. Our approach prioritizes dependable, high-quality prints every time.
  • Versatility: Keeping our LPI limit under 45-50 allows us to work effectively with a wide range of fabrics and designs. Whether you're printing on cotton, polyester, or blends, our LPI setting ensures that your designs look great across all materials.

Why This Matters for Your Prints

  • Sharpness and Detail: Our LPI setting ensures that your halftone prints have the right balance of sharpness and detail, making your designs stand out without compromising on quality.
  • Consistency: With a limit of under 45-50 LPI, we can consistently deliver high-quality prints across various orders, ensuring your customers receive the best products every time.
  • Customer Satisfaction: By avoiding the pitfalls of higher LPI settings, such as moiré patterns and inconsistencies, we ensure that your customers are delighted with the final product, boosting your brand’s reputation.

By adhering to these standards, we provide you with prints that are not only visually appealing but also reliable and consistent, setting us apart from other shops that might compromise quality for finer details.