Color/Quality Control - Hardware
Bollin Label Systems, a label printing company based in Toledo, Ohio, has outfitted its production facility with Techkon SpectroDens devices as well as Ink Formulation Software.
INX International Ink Co. announced it has increased its all-encompassing slate of technical services that are available to commercial and package printing customers. These services include training and education, improvement in pressroom productivity, and other significant measures.
Three industry color professionals share their thoughts and strategies for printers considering, or seeking to manage, cross-platform printing, and on communicating process-based color differences (and limitations) to clients.
Commercial printing, packaging, apparel, signs and graphics, functional printing. Equipment, consumables, workflow tools. 650+ exhibitors. Networking opportunities. Special community-focused events. PRINTING United has it all: It is the essential event for printing industry professionals seeking to thrive, grow and prosper.
GMG offers a wide range of color management solutions, including production that increases the reliability and stability of printed packaging products. The systems offer quality color management in a system that minimizes process complexity. PRINTING United Booth 10561.
Brands want their packaging colors to be rich, vibrant and evocative. But, more than anything else, brands want colors that are consistent from run to run across all the processes used to reproduce them. Here’s how printers are delivering.
Techkon gives printers the tools they need to get and keep color under control. The company plans to promote its expertise at PRINTING United, where there's certain to be interest in color management.
The Graphic Systems Division of FUJIFILM North America Corporation announces the release of the first product in its Samba Printbar System line, the Samba PS4300, for the commercial and packaging printing segments.
For package printers and their customers, achieving the desired color on the final printed product is always a top priority. But when a package is viewed under different lighting conditions, the perception of color can change. Here are some tips for package printers to ensure they and their customers are viewing color consistently.