No other unit in the world spectrally scans the whole print sheet and balances out even the smallest deviations in the print image – automatically. It automatically detects not only all measuring elements but also solid areas using the prepress data and incorporates them into the control process.
CMYK images and halftone areas can be perfectly corrected using print samples and proofs. Prinect Image Control 3 is the first measuring instrument to not only be able to measure opaque white, but also control it. This permits much more reliable control of the chromatic colors when printing on foils or metal surfaces.
Prinect Image Control 3:
Even though modern digital imaging software can automate the process of color management, certain aspects will always remain subjective. Having a deeper understanding of the principles behind color management and what choices to make helps printers achieve optimal printing results.
Get the lowdown on colorimetry, densitometry, standardization in printing, dot gain vs. dot loss and much more in our expert guide.
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