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    Default Quick help for t-shirt printing.

    Kind of a weird question. Weird in that I should know this allready but,.....


    What is a good halftone setting for shirt printing. I have a greyscale photo that I need to halftone. I am using the photoshop bitmap/halftone method.

    Thank you and have a very fine day.

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    Help me you bastards!! It's a rush situation!

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    I would help you Mike, but all my halftones are all big. I should know line screen and yet, I don't. Maybe like, 32, 34?

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    50 lpi
    22 angle

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    I use 300dpi, set to 55lpi for the half tone 22-27 angle

    go into you selective color in PS and set all the neutrals to +5, the will tone downe the white point a bit

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    38 dpi
    22.5 angle

    That's what I use.

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    Word. thanks

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