Close Tolerance Printing

In screen printing, an alternate term for tight register, or the necessity of ensuring that the various printed elements (colors, designs, etc.) are as close to their position on the original as possible. Close tolerance printing is commonly an issue in the screen printing of electronic circuit boards.

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