Chroma LT and ChromaQA – COLOR QC IN THE INKROOM
5:12 | Steve Rankin
Take the guesswork out of your Ink department. Perform a quick QC check of new in-house ink recipes or check incoming ink shipments from your ink vendor. Either way, get the confidence your new inks will match color on press for shorter make-readies and more color accurate jobs.
Chroma LT and ChromaQA – EASILY SEARCH AND LOCATE COLORS
3:39 | Steve Rankin
How many times has a customer handed you a color swatch for a job and you were not sure if that color was already in your database or not? Next time, simply take a quick color measurement of the sample and immediately see the delta E’s for the existing colors in your database that match it the best. Stop creating new ink recipes and color standards for every job. Save time and money by reusing your existing color standards.
Chroma LT – USING AVERAGED COLOR MEASUREMENTS
5:06 | Steve Rankin
Have you ever printed a job with a spot color that covers a large area (or even all the way across the web) and wondered about the color consistency throughout that area? ChromaLT, our simplified color quality solution for packaging printers, has a feature that is designed specifically to show press operators the color accuracy of specific locations in the artwork and can even allow your operators to work an average result across all locations.
Chroma LT – COMPARING GEAR VS OPERATOR SIDES
5:56 | Steve Rankin
Flexo printers who run color bars on both the “gear” and “operator” side of the web now have a color quality solution that is super easy to use and can show press operators the densities and deltaE’s on each side of the web so they can quickly make press adjustments, reduce their make-readies, and increase color consistency throughout the press run.
Chroma LT – INK CHECK
5:34 | Steve Rankin
You’re in make-ready and your clients critical brand color was just measured and shown to be 4.3 deltaE away from the color standard. Does your press operator know the fastest and most cost effective way to get it below a deltaE tolerance of 2.0? Allow me to introduce Techkon’s InkCheck technology and how ChromaLT can remove the guesswork and provide clear instructions for you operators.
Chroma LT – EASE OF USE
8:08 | Steve Rankin
They are sometimes called “print quality management” or “print quality assurance” or “print process control” solutions. Personally, I like to think of them as the “co-pilots” for your press operators because they provide valuable, press-side, color measurement information and color matching guidance to keep each job on track and from straying off course. Learn how Techkon’s ChromaLT keeps it simple for your press operators while still providing crucial color matching feedback for every spot color in the job.
SpectroDens | 1:55 | Steve Rankin
Learn how to configure SpectroDens to show both solid ink and dot area using a single measurement mode.
DELTA E AND PASS FAIL
SpectroDens | 5:01 | Steve Rankin
Learn how to configure SpectroDens to show deltaE’s compared to an automatic reference and how to set up a tolerance for the Pass/Fail mode.
FUNCTION SETUP MENU
SpectroDens | 3:59 | Steve Rankin
Learn how to enable/disable functions from the main instrument menu.
SpectroDens | 5:07 | Steve Rankin
Learn how to see density readings from each ink zone across your press sheet.
SpectroDens | 4:12 | Steve Rankin
Learn how to set up the instrument to show the amount of optical brightening agents (OBA’s) in your paper stock.
SpectroDens | 3:47 | Steve Rankin
Learn how to set up SpectroDens to provide specific ink density adjustments to minimize color differences (delta E’s).
SpectroDens | 2:52 | Steve Rankin
Learn how to set up SpectroDens to scan and plot dot area curves automatically.
SpectroDens | 3:23 | Steve Rankin
Learn how to set up SpectroDens to report substrate opacity values.
SpectroDens | 8:20 | Steve Rankin
Learn how to set up SpectroDens to report G7 print characteristics.
SpectroDens | 3:04 | Steve Rankin
Learn how to set up SpectroDens to show the closest reference colors that match a measured sample.