The process of building up, heating, and working, fagots, or piles, to form bars, etc.
the buildup of material from paper on the calendar roll or printing blanket
1) The build-up or caking of ink on blanket, plate and rollers; this piled ink will not easily transfer to the web. 2) An accumulation of paper coating on the blanket.
the building up and caking of ink on rollers, plate and/or blanket - rendering them harder to transfer.
A printing problem caused by the accumulation of paper fibres (called lint), pieces of detached coating particles or other paper debris on the printing plate or blanket.
Pushing logging debris into piles.
A build up of pigment or paper coatings onto the plate, blankets or rollers.
(1) In printing, the building up or caking of ink pigment on rollers, plate or blanket; will not transfer readily. (2) The accumulation of paper coating on the blanket of an offset press. to top
In reference to printing, transfer of mineral pigment from paper to offset blankets â€“ building up of ink on rollers or on the printing surfaces of plates and blankets.
Phenomenon of uneven ink or water coverage on press caused by accumulated dirt or materials from extensive picking, leaving uneven ink coverage.
The building up or caking of ink on rollers, plates or blankets. ALSO the accumulation of paper dust or coating on the blanket of an offset press.
Behavior of a very quick-drying paint which, during application by brush, becomes so sticky that the resulting film is thick and uneven.
When the ink builds up on the rollers, plates, or blankets of a printing press.
In printing, the build-up of ink on rollers, plates or blankets which cause an uneven, mottled appearance in the print.
Sticking or caking of ink pigment on the plate or blanket instead of passing on readily to the intended surface.