Shallow surface imperfections occurring in solidifying solder. They can be cleaned out, and they do not weaken the structure. Compare with blow holes.
Tiny holes formed on the varnish surface.
Small holes caused by the mold used.
tiny holes made by pins or staples during old accounting process.
Tiny holes in the final surface finish of a glaze or underglaze. Plasticity: Refers to the ability of clay to be formed into a shape and retain it.
Small round holes (1/100 to 1/4 inch in diameter) in wood that results from the mining of ambrosia and similar beetles.
Imperfections in the surface of a ceramic body, glaze or enamel, characterized by depressions resembling pinpricks.
1. Small holes in paper caused by fine particles of sand, etc. When paper is calendered, the particles are crushed and fall out leaving a hole. 2. Small holes in thin paper due to fibres being drawn through the mesh of the wire by excessive suction.
Small round holes in wood caused by insects.