Full Vision Print Inspection System or Inline Spectrophotometer for your Web/Flexo Press? 3 Things to Consider

Competition in the print industry is fierce and profit margins are thin. As a result, companies have to be diligent when making capital equipment purchases. When it comes to equipment that helps maintain inline/continuous print quality for every print impression, costs can range from $30K for an inline spectrometer or densitometer to nearly $300K for a full vision print inspection system. Which one do you need? That depends. Here are three things to consider before…

What is Closed-Loop Color Process Control for Digital Presses

Periodic monitoring of the aim characteristics (required colorant and overprint values) of a digital press is an important prerequisite for ensuring consistent color reproduction. The remainder of the necessary and sufficient operations for commendable color quality is the ability to correct colorant densities to meet aim values. Each of these two operations can be accomplished either manually or automatically via hardware and software. The former is the traditional process, which leaves lots of margin for…

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