Fat Edges and Picture Framing

Schoff, Clifford K.
July 2005
JCT CoatingsTech;Jul2005, Vol. 2 Issue 18, p68
Academic Journal
Presents information on the fat edge or picture framing coating defect. Coating applications that cause the occurrence of fat edge; Effects of solvents or thixotrope on fat edge; Related defects of fat edge.


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