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    A pattern of short, shallow cracks that form on a rubber or synthetic rubber surface (such as an offset press blanket, ink, dampening or impression rollers, or a flexographic plate) due to damage from temperature, exposure to ultraviolet light, or other environmental conditions.

    'Checking also describes a defect of a printed ink film also known as crazing. See Crazing.

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