Definitions for "Cobwebbing"
Keywords:  solvent, spray, droplets, gun, spider
A condition caused by static electricity combined with low humidity and a fast evaporating solvent in which fine strings of coating material actually resemble cobwebs are propelled from the source to the nearest ground. Occurs frequently in screen printing when static electricity builds up in the screen caused by the friction of the squeegee against the mesh.
a phenomenon observed during spray application characterized by the formation of web-like threads along with the usual droplets leaving the spray gun nozzle.
Premature drying of a coating during spraying causing a spider web effect.
A filmy, web-like build up of dried ink or varnish that appears on the doctor roll or on the end of the impression rolls.