Friday, January 20, 2012


Slur is often confused with doubling as their initial appearance is very similar. However slur is invariably an elongation of the dots in the sheet travel direction. The usual cause of slur is either over or under cylinder packing. Loose blankets, too much plate-to-blanket pressure, too much ink on coated paper, and ink rollers set too hard will also cause slur.

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