The finer the "Screen" used to create the printing film and plates, the more detail can be portrayed in the final printed piece. Most color printing is performed between 133 to 175 lines per inch.
Line screen measures the number of dot lines per inch, which provides an indication of image sharpness. The finer the "screen" used to create printing plates, the more detail can be portrayed in the final printed piece. GTI smART Print printing presses are run at line screens up to 175 lines per inch.
Used to define the density of a screened or halftone image. That is, a 133-line screen contains a pattern with 133 halftone dots per linear inch. The higher the number, the higher the resolution, and in turn the higher quality of detail in reproduction of original artwork.