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HORIZONTAL LINES ON THE PRINT

ONE LIGHT LINE ( ONE STROKE)
TWO-THREE DARKER LINES (STROKES)
ONE LIGHT LINE(ONE STROKE)
THIS SET REPEATES EVERY 1,5-2 MM
THANKS. ROMAN

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