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Color-Logic nomenclature adopted by leading RIP manufacturer

Friday, September 24, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

West Chester, OH - Color-Logic has announced that the naming conventions in their Process Metallic Color System have been adopted by EFI for use in the popular EFI Fiery XF RIP.  Commenting on the matter, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves said: "Use of the Color-Logic nomenclature clearly establishes Color-Logic as the standard for metallic printing and special effects.  We are particularly gratified that EFI adopted our naming convention for both silver plus CMYK and white plus CMYK separations.  Widespread use of Color-Logic nomenclature means that graphic designers and printers using a wide variety of processes-including offset, flexo, toner-based digital, and inkjet-can be assured that their designs will be executed properly, particularly on the most modern digital output devices.

"We believe that special-effect applications such as metallic ink printing present huge growth potential," said Stefan Spiegel, general manager of EFI's inkjet applications group. "Our Fiery XF RIP is widely used in innovative applications everywhere, and by adopting Color Logic's nomenclature, we are helping our customers deliver predictable, high-quality output irrespective of the printing system used."




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