condition that occurs in reinforced laminate base material whereby glass fibre bundles are separated from the resin not limited to the weave intersections
NOTE 1 This condition manifests itself in the form of connected white spots or crosses that are below the surface of the base material. It is usually related to thermally or mechanically induced stress. Crazing is a more severe defect than measling. Delamination is a further worsening of crazing.