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A short entry (also known as short transfer) occurs when the transfer roll impression is not fully entered onto the plate. This could be due to an uneven plate surface, or unequal pressure being applied during the rocking-in. They resemble plate wear, but can be distinguished by the fact that the rest of the impression is deep and clear as it should be
This is the dry print, wherein some of the ink remained stuck in the recesses of the engraved plate, instead of being transferred to the paper, leaving unprinted, or white areas, around portions of the design.