Mechanical Pinholing

A printing defect of flexographic printing, characterized by an incomplete ink film that has reproduced the pattern of the press's anilox roller on the substrate. Mechanical pinholing can be caused by overly rapid ink drying, insufficient ink quantity, or an inadequate degree of viscosity. (See also Chemical Pinholing.)

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