I am currently working on a project for detecting and measuring “Gloss Bands” in chrome plated machine rolls. These “Gloss Bands” are essential a visual defect that is transferred onto the product. When viewing in certain lighting/angles, the surface appearance of the roll shows variation.
Any explanation for this? Appears the difference in undetectable by Gloss meter, leading me to believe the term “Gloss Bands” may be a misnomer.
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