Dec 07, 2015 / Written by Matt Adams
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DPI stands for ?dots per inch? and is used as a measure of a printer’s resolution. A higher DPI means that the print will contain a higher density of printed dots, and will therefore result in a finer, cleaner print. Prints that are small in size will be readable at smaller resolutions, while larger prints require a higher DPI to retain their clarity and readability.