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    Conversion

    Can any body know the specific formula or calculation to convert LPI into Micron . ETC 150 LPI = How many micron , any help would be appreciated .

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    I can't understand a question.
    LPI = Lines per Inch.
    1 inch = 25,4 mm = 25400 micron (1 mm = 1000 micron)
    But LPI to micron ?

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    Not sure if i am right. But it might be 262µ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandpa View Post
    I can't understand a question.
    LPI = Lines per Inch.
    1 inch = 25,4 mm = 25400 micron (1 mm = 1000 micron)
    But LPI to micron ?
    70 l/cm=175 lpi
    60 l/cm=150 lpi
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    Re: Conversion

    Thanks all the members for guidance . Actually we apply Staccato Screening it mean dot size which came after image calculates in micron , most of over user used 20 ~ 35 micron dot . If i talk about AM screening it mean dot size in LPI . So my actual point which i want to know if we use 25 micron using FM Screening and compare with AM Screening then what should be the result in LPI . Thanks

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    non periodical screening

    Quote Originally Posted by asim View Post
    Thanks all the members for guidance . Actually we apply Staccato Screening it mean dot size which came after image calculates in micron , most of over user used 20 ~ 35 micron dot . If i talk about AM screening it mean dot size in LPI . So my actual point which i want to know if we use 25 micron using FM Screening and compare with AM Screening then what should be the result in LPI . Thanks
    Use 25µ and don't worry
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    It doesn't relate that way. FM screening specifies the size of the dot and the placement varies, AM screening specifies the spacing of the dots and the size varies.

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