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    sky753 is offline Senior Member
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    flush,impact

    Hello Everyone,

    The following is part of BSH glass printing requirements. There is a phrase I am totally confused!

    Permissible surfaces for printing on glass:
    Faults:
    No faults are permitted in the case of company signs, logos and user symbols
    (impact on image).
    Faults are permissible in the case of decorative prints if the imprint is flush with the edge of the glass. Only faults with a maximum width of 0.5 mm + 10 mm length are permissible.
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    Sky

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    Re: flush,impact

    Quote Originally Posted by sky753 View Post
    Hello Everyone,

    The following is part of BSH glass printing requirements. There is a phrase I am totally confused!

    Permissible surfaces for printing on glass:
    Faults:
    No faults are permitted in the case of company signs, logos and user symbols
    (impact on image).
    Faults are permissible in the case of decorative prints if the imprint is flush with the edge of the glass. Only faults with a maximum width of 0.5 mm + 10 mm length are permissible.
    ...

    Regards

    Sky
    I do not know what is meant by "impact on image" [was it bracketed in the original?] unless it means that the image suffered from too heavy a pressure when being printed.

    "flush with the edge" = the image covers the whole surface with no border round it.

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