Jet-outs or Ink Voids

Jet-outs or Ink Voids:

Due to the nature of inkjet printers, interior files for titles set up as Black and White or Standard Color, can from time to time, print with thin white lines/voids (1/600 of an inch in width) through images and/or graphics. While these are considered an unavoidable occurrence in inkjet printing, they should never exceed more than three lines per page.

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