Interrupt Gluing Glossary Term
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Interrupt Gluing
When gluing continuous forms, the glue is applied in a dashed or interrupted line. It minimizes the tenting problems that occur when using a continuous line gluing. The glue is interrupted in the folding area, which allows for the parts to be able to move and stretch when folded and going through a continuous printer.
Interrupt Gluing

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