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The ability of an ink to spread over the surface of the rollers on a press.
Ability of a wet coating film to level out after application in order to eliminate roller marks and produce a smooth uniform film.
The ability of ink to spread over a surface or into a thin film.
The ability of a liquid paint film to spread out evenly after application to produce a surface free from application irregularities such as orange peel.
The characteristic in a paint, which manifests itself in the degree of leveling. In other words, paints that have good flow usually level out nicely, and exhibit few or no brush marks or “orange peel.” .
The ability of a coating material to spread over a surface.
The leveling properties of a wet paint film.
The smoothing and leveling out of a coating.
Paint's ability during application to self level for a smooth, uniform appearance.
The smoothness with which a dog and handler can move from one obstacle to the next without interruption. Generally speaking, the straighter the lines, the smoother the run, and hence, the better the flow.
The ability of a coating to even out upon application, so that brush and roller marks are not visible.
Flow is the ability of a paint or coating to spread into a smooth film. Good flow means the paint will level out uniformly and will not show brush or roller marks.
The degree to which a wet coating can level out after application so as to eliminate brush marks and produce a smooth uniform finish.
The characteristic of a coating that allows it to level or spread into a smooth film of uniform thickness before hardening.
A smooth continuity achieved by design and decor elements being arranged harmoniously with some sense of shape, style and color.
In printing, the ability of an ink to spread over the surface the rollers of a press.
The ability of a coating to level out and spread into a smooth film. Paints that have good flow usually level out uniformly and exhibit few brush or roller marks.
The degree to which a wet ink film can flow out after application so as to eliminate marks and thus produce a uniform surface on drying.
The uniformity of the speed as evidenced by a lack of abrupt changes in motion, and the presence of smooth continuity of motion.
Flow is an online journal of television and studies, published by the Department of Radio-TV-Film at the University of Texas at Austin. It was conceived by graduate students Christopher Lucas and Avi Santo and launched in October 2004.