Color QC and Matching Blog

Color Me Stressed Out

Posted by Elaine Becker on Mon, Dec 07, 2009
If we put you under the spectrophotometer now, would you show up in deep shades of recession blue? Perhaps.

Tough economic times often mean having to make do with fewer resources to handle the workload. The same workload for developing new colors, adjusting production batches, and approving colors is spread over fewer people. Staff become stressed and can easily overlook color shifts they might otherwise have caught.

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Tags: Color correction, Color difference, color matching, color spectrophotometer, color development

COLOR TOLERANCES:

Posted by Mike Burns on Thu, Jul 16, 2009
 

One of the more frequent questions we hear from suppliers is:  What should my color tolerances be?  The simple answer equates to what the client will accept in color variation in all directions of color space versus the color standard the supplier needs to match.  The importance of the client providing representative color standards will be the subject of a future blog.

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Tags: Announcements, Product Information, Color difference, color tolerances, color standard, box tolerances, CMC DE, DE CIE2000, elliptical tolerances