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New Website Offers Free Process Controls

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Portsmouth, NH  RON ELLIS CONSULTING LLC, a Colormanagement.com affiliate, has launched a new website called freeprocesscontrol.com. The new website contains free process control tools, articles, and resources for printers and others who need to specify and verify color.

"We want print users be able to measure and track their color for free," said Ron Ellis, owner of freeprocessontrol.com. "This free tool will allow them to do that." The site contains a free web based application that allows users to upload color data, compare it to existing standards and specifications such as GRACoL, SWOP, and FOGRA. Customers will be able to see and compare their measurements, as well as quantify the difference in color by deltaE, as well as dot gain and density when applicable. The application will also allow users to print labels with a pass/fail status.

In addition to process control tools, freeprocesscontrol.com contains articles, downloadable worksheets, a forum, and other process control resources.

"As a valued CMG member, Ron has acted in an advisory roll to me and other members - contributing ideas and sharing technical content that have directly resulted in our ongoing success. Freeprocesscontrol.com will do the same for customers, and enable them to better understand their color reproduction process at a time when reducing waste and cost is absolutely critcal" states Lida Jalali Marschke, CMG Founder and owner of ColorManagement.com.

The site contains a store with discounted process control and colormanagement products. The store contains over 10,000 items ranging from rips to measurement devices, and is fulfilled and backed by colormanagement.com.




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