Color/Quality Control - Hardware
Pacific Printing makes the move from digital to offset with the addition of the Lithec LithoFlash inline color control system.
With the latest advancements in print inspection systems, printers can ensure their output is pristine and free of any defects.
John Thorburn, Senior Color Analyst at Canon U.S.A., introduces color fundamentals including color in light, color appearance, and color vision. John concludes with a presentation of the CIELab color appearance model, as it is used as a predictor of color appearance in color management applications for print.
John Thorburn, Senior Color Analyst at Canon USA, provides illustrated explanations of sheet-fed digital press linearity fundamentals, including dMax, total area coverage (TAC), and halftone dot percentages.
The system uses low-cost, replaceable parts and is virtually maintenance-free. It can be added to many of Komori’s offset presses.
Listen in as we highlight what to consider for your next investment in digital print which was discuss during the full length webinar.
Litho Press installed Lithec LithoFlash in-line system to cut down makeready time and improve overall color quality.
Color Concepts has donated the Barbieri spectrophotometer to the Sonoco Institute at Clemson University for dye sublimation testing.
Now installed on two presses, LithoFlash Inline is engineered to scan color bars automatically as the sheets run through the press.
The Quantum Group has chosen Techkon SpectroDens Advanced instruments to manage its color quality processes.