Increase Print Quality, Efficiency & Customer Satisfaction.

Techkon USA offers specialized color measurement solutions for the printing industry, ensuring precise color management and consistency for printing companies, brand owners, and packaging converters across different applications.

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Arm your Operators with the most accurate
Color Measurement Systems
ever built.

Trusted by 100,000+ Print Professionals Worldwide

Explore our industry-leading Color QA Software, Handheld wireless Spectrophotometers & Densitometers, and advanced In-Line Systems.

ChromaQA Software

The ultimate Pressroom Color Quality control solution. Packed with powerful features for Ink Formulation, Color Measurement, Delta E (∆E), TVI, G7, Job Reporting, and so much more.

SpectroDens

Combined Spectrophotometer and Densitometer, helps process, spot, Pantone® & ciritcal brand colors by measuring solid ink density, % dot area, CIE Lab, deltaE, and more.

SpectroVision

In-line spectrophotomer for real-time color measurement on Flexo, Offset, & Digital printers. Live Web Viewing, Bar Code Grading, & instant Pass/Fail results.

DENS

Lightning-fast measurement of Density, Dot Area, Grey Balance, and high-precision illuminated magnifying glass for visual control of print results.

SpectroDrive

Integral precision track and motor for automatic scanning, but it can also be easily picked up and used on-the-fly as a handheld device for “spot check” measurements. Available in two Closed-Loop Configurations.

We're on a mission to transform
the printing business.

If you’re like many commercial offset and flexography printers and materials manufacturers today, you’re trying to manage increasing overhead costs while also being committed to continuously improving your quality systems and reducing waste headed for a landfill. In times like these, we know that better yields and longer uptimes are critical gauges of success that aren’t easy to sustain.

And that’s why we live by a different credo here at Techkon USA than our (often larger) competitors. We truly and honestly believe that we’re here for a reason, and it’s no coincidence our team has come together from all corners of the printing technology and graphics industry to actively help you find ways to improve your bottom line so you and others like you can grow and transform your businesses for the future.

Popular Blogs & Resources

Densitometer vs. Spectrophotometer

“Should I use a Densitometer or Spectrophoto-meter in my Pressroom?” While the densitometer has been around for many years and was widely adopted, there is no doubt that the momentum has now shifted towards using spectrophotometers in the pressroom.

A Simple Review of CIE ∆E* (Color Difference) Equations

If you work in the color industry, either you are a brand owner, merchandise designer, printing professional, paint department staff in Home Depot or Lowe’s, or just a complete color geek like me who likes words like CIE CMC color, you will likely hear the term “ΔE”, pronounced “delta-E”.

Manual Color Process Control vs. Closed-Loop Color Process Control

Traditionally, printers have relied on manual color control, a primitive and time-consuming process that often leads to costly mistakes, wasted materials, and customer dissatisfaction. In this blog post, we’ll explore the drawbacks of manual color control and highlight the transformative benefits of automated color measurement and management.

What are M0, M1, M2, M3 Measuring Mode Settings?

In accordance with the ISO 13655 standard, the “M” series of measuring mode settings were defined in order to standardize illumination conditions where optical brightening agents are utilized in substrates. The following is designed as a quick reference chart of the 4 different measuring mode settings within the “M” series.

ChromaQA: Game-Changing Software for Print and Packaging

Introducing ChromaQA 5, a revolutionary color quality software solution designed specifically to automate and simplify the color matching process resulting in drastically shortened make-readies, reduced waste, and increased profitability for packaging printers.

The Printer's Guide to G7

The G7 specification helps printers offer consistent results to buyers and brands across different media. Our fully revised and expanded Printer’s Guide to G7 is written by Ron Ellis, an expert in the field of printing and a G7 consultant.

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