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    Dragout

    A printing defect of gravure characterized by excessive thicknesses of ink surrounding shadow areas of a printed image, commonly caused by either cells that have been etched too deeply, or by poor ink drying on a coated paper.

    'Dragout also refers to the accumulation of printing ink pigment on the gravure doctor blade which can become detached from the blade and print on the substrate.

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