COLOR MEASUREMENT WEBINARS
Techkon USA is committed to providing educational webinars on a wide range of color measurement topics presented by industry leaders and related to all facets of the print and packaging industries. Please join us for any or all of our webinars. They range in length from 30 to 60 minutes and generally include an informative Q & A session.
UPCOMING LUNCH & LEARN WEBINAR SERIES
Our new Lunch & Learn Webinar series begins April 21, 2020! Join us for one or all of our webinars designed to eduate our print community. We are thrilled to bring together our community of expert presenters as well as members of the Techkon team to educate you on an array of color measurement topics.
Stephen Rankin, Director of Product Management for Techkon USA, takes us on a tour to compare and contrast Techkon’s 2 press-side color quality solutions. Learn which solution best fits your needs and how we can make it easy for your press operators to get up to color faster!
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5 Spot Color Matching Tips to Impress Your Brand Clients
Presenter: Steve Rankin
Matching spot colors and maintaining their color accuracy across long press runs or multiple print locations can be challenging. Learn how Techkon’s newest color quality software, ChromaLT, can be used to address 5 trouble spots and ultimately increase efficiencies across your color production workflow.
How Brands & Printers Benefit from G7
Presenter: Sonja Dearden
In this webinar, Sonja will discuss the need for print standardization, the G7 process implementation, the benefits of standardizing print production, and also do an in-depth comparison of the old process vs new process.
Albin Baranauskas takes us on an up-close and in-depth look at the SpectroDens. Learn why this pressroom, handheld, spectro-densitometer is so different from the older clamshell style devices and why pressrooms around the globe are making the switch to SpectroDens.
Join Jinkai Qian as he presents the powerful feature set inside SpectroConnect. SpectroConnect is invaluable software that is included with the purchase of each SpectroDens spectrophotometer. See what SpectroConnect can do for you!
Doug Sherwood, Director of Channel Sales, and Stephen Rankin, Director of Product Management will highlight the unique benefits of Techkon’s SpectroVision solution and provide a live demonstration of the system. If you’re in packaging, find out how SpectroVision can slash your make-ready times, get you better color matches, and ensure consistency throughout your press-run!
Achieving Repeatable Color
Presenter: Shawn Oetjen
The webinar will discuss how the
fingerprint is the foundation for repeatability, and simply benchmarks your presses performance with a known set of variables. Thus, allowing you to quantify your presses performance and get back to that point every time.
Understanding Color Management
Presenter: Mark Mazur
The webinar, entitled Understanding Color Management will cover human color perception, CIELAB color space, ICC color profiling, and the benefits of color management throughout the print production workflow.
The webinar, entitled Expanded Gamut Printing will cover why we need expanded gamut printing and how it leads to better print quality, higher color accuracy, and significantly lower costs.
The webinar, entitled Curve 4 and the SpectroDens will cover how Curve4 can make use of the SpectroDens for spot-check G7 Verifications and even full G7 Calibrations.
Hear a real-world example of closed loop implementation and operation and get your questions answered by an industry veteran. Russ will share a brief history of their color management process and how closed loop has significantly reduced make-ready time to allow for 5-10 extra jobs per week with the same resources.
Birgit Plautz will guide you through the necessary steps to convert a file from RGB to an extended color gamut while achieving consistent, accurate
Join Don Hutcheson – Inventor of IDEAlliance G7® method, as he discusses the steps, tools, and processes needed to maintain your
G7 print conditions.
This webinar will discuss how print consistency relies on the cyclical application of 4 key concepts. Do you have the necessary tools? Do you know your aims? Do you have the necessary
protocol in place?
This method for the calculation of Spot Color Tone Value (SCTV) produces approximately uniform visual spacing of tones between substrate and solid.
Devin and Steve present the new ChromaQA Color Quality Assurance Solution designed to enable a more
predictable and repeatable print
Bruce Bayne will demonstrate the power of a VISUAL MATCH SCORE based on innovative cumulative relative frequency research. You get a single number that shows how well color visually matches across the ENTIRE gamut of a device!
Bruce Leigh Myers presents an in-depth seminar on measurement basics including instruments, metrics, and terminology. He will also discuss understanding density measurement and how to use them correctly.
Don discusses recent changes to the G7 Master program, why these changes were made, and how they benefit both G7 Masters and print buyers. Learn from the inventor of G7.
This is a web-based interview with
legendary printing industry guru, Frank Romano, featuring expert advice on the future of printing, a first-hand look at the museum-worthy printing collectibles and memorabilia in his private home library, and a rare opportunity to participate in an open question and
answer period with one of the greatest minds in the industry.
Being able to maintain a press calibration is as important as the initial calibration procedure itself. Today’s successful printers are able to consistently print with great repeatability. A great part of this is the ability to measure color, understand what these measurements mean, and use this information to improve your daily production. In this topic we will cover how to use measurements for process control, and how to hold and adjust the calibration of a G7 reference print condition.
The challenge for flexographic, digital and packaging printers to produce accurate and consistent color to exacting customer’s standards has grown exponentially over time. Printing single jobs on multiple presses and print facilities presents the unique challenge of how to catch color, density and dot gain variations early in the print process. Implementing a color quality assurance process enabling printers to set and monitor the color tolerances for density, delta E and dot gain, and that provides immediate detailed feedback on how well the job is conforming to customer tolerances during production, regardless of location, is the answer.