Inkjet printing (IJP) is one of the promising additive manufacturing techniques that yield many innovations in electronic and biomedical products. In IJP, the products are fabricated by depositing droplets on substrates, and the quality of the products is highly affected by the droplet pinch-off behaviors. Therefore, identifying pinch-off behaviors of droplets is critical. However, annotating the pinch-off behaviors is burdensome since a large amount of images of pinch-off behaviors can be collected. Active learning (AL) is a machine learning technique which extracts human knowledge by iteratively acquiring human annotation and updating the classification model for the pinch-off behaviors identification. Consequently, a good classification performance can be achieved with limited labels. However, during the query process, the most informative instances (i.e., images) are varying and most query strategies in AL cannot handle these dynamics since they are handcrafted. Thus, this paper proposes a multiclass reinforced active learning (MCRAL) framework in which a query strategy is trained by reinforcement learning (RL). We designed a unique intrinsic reward signal to improve the classification model performance. Moreover, how to extract the features from images for pinch-off behavior identification is not trivial. Thus, we used a graph convolutional network for droplet image feature extraction. The results show that MCRAL excels AL and can reduce human efforts in pinch-off behavior identification. We further demonstrated that, by linking the process parameters to the predicted droplet pinch-off behaviors, the droplet pinch-off behavior can be adjusted based on MCRAL.