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TrueTONE launches HeptaCROMIA in IPEX

Friday, May 14, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Valencia - TrueTONE, s.l. Valencian company co-finance by the Ministry of Science and Technology (CDTI) and this for the first time at IPEX 2010 (Birmingham, UK) Booth - 9E371, has finalized a long-term project based on multicolor, which has captured the interest of companies and agencies related to the colour industry worldwide.

"Inspired by the human vision model, broadening the color wheel colours Goethe 6 to 12 colours plus black and after several tests, it has been to establish a functional relationship between the colour what we see and what we can print colour bounded only by physical limits of the inks" as Vicente Carrasco Martinez said, CEO & author of HeptaCROMIA.

This solution gives any printable color (regardless of the technique), from white to black without repeating or duplicate any colour with minimum combination of inks, but with the advantage of taking into account the client's printer settings to create their own colour space, so the user can know in advance if you are able to reproduce a color in their digital or flexographic machine.

TrueTONE proposal relies on the use of Heptacrom'a solution to enrich the colour, for this reason has developed inks recipes for the project but can also work based on the traditional four-colour or any other colours (n-color).

This advantage enables the printer to get greater intensity to enhance any job.

IPEX has been chosen as the window to show the graphic arts sector TrueTONE new products ranging from pre-processing image, workflow, editor pdf / x, QC ... till estimation costs per job.

TrueTONE is currently negotiating with several technology partners to integrate this powerful and revolutionary technology in-house software packages.




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