Hmm, silly question but I need to know

Started Oct 4, 2008 | Discussions thread
alanvee
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Re: David, PPI is PIXELS per inch and deals with electronic images.
In reply to David Metcalfe, Oct 8, 2008

David -

I think the 5760 is the VERTICAL resolution of the printer and the 1440 is the HORIZONTAL resolution - which (I believe) is what image DPI/PPI gets mapped to. 1440 is 4x 360... FWIW

=Alan R.

David Metcalfe wrote:

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And the Epson r1900 says "5760 x 1440 dpi". Could you explain why you
say 240/360DPI? Again, looking to learn and see if I'm holding the
wrong end of the stick here.

Thanks,
David.

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