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Color-Logic certifies Mirri Substrates for process metallic color

Monday, November 08, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

West Chester, OH - Color-Logic has certified Mirri metallic substrates for use with the Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System.  Announcing the certifications, Color-Logic Chief Technology Officer Richard Ainge commented: "With Mirri metallic substrates, the Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System provides optimal results over a broad range of printing conditions, and with a great many imaging devices.  Our certification tests indicate that Mirri substrates provide the consistent metallic surface essential to successful printing of the Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System."
 
Mirri Marketing Manager Jennifer Deacon commented further: "When used with Mirri substrates, Color-Logic is an extremely effective and time-efficient tool for preparing artwork and placing whites.  It also can be used to produce special effects such as watermarks within the artwork."  Deacon added:  "Mirri has tested the Color-Logic software on a number of magazine cover artwork designs and large format posters, and I can safely say I have never seen printed metallics look as good.  We are very excited about being a Color-Logic Certified Partner, and we look forward to showing Mirri clients the amazing results achievable when Mirri and Color-Logic are used together.  Mirri substrates have been successfully printed using the Color-Logic process on an HP Indigo 5500 printer and an Agfa large format inkjet printer."
 
For nearly 40 years, Mirri-a division of Celloglas-has been a market leader producing quality metallic and other decorative materials on board, card, and paper.  Mirri materials are distributed worldwide to markets such as point-of-sale, packaging, publishing, multimedia, social stationery/greetings, commercial printing, and direct mail.  Brand managers, retailers, and graphic designers rely on Mirri substrates to communicate quality, innovation, and brand category leadership across a wide variety of printed media.

 

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