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So DPI stands for "dots per inch", and is the standard measure of printer resolution for digital imagery. Generally speaking, DPI refers to the number of dots of ink or toner that will appear within one square inch of the image when it's printed.
At Prosocks, the recommended DPI required to dye-sublimate raster images such as photographs is 300 at actual print size. This will ensure life-like printing on the socks without losing integrity of the image designed by you.
If you're having trouble figuring out your image's DPI? give us a call toll free: 1-800-355-1448 or email us the creative asset. We'll help you figure outif your image is good good for custom socks printing.