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Mitsubishi DP Gloss Pearl Metallic Substrates Receive Color-Logic Certification

Thursday, August 01, 2013

By WhatTheyThink Staff

West Chester, OH - Mitsubishi DP Gloss Pearl and Mitsubishi DP Luster Pearl substrates, available from Mitsubishi Imaging, have been certified for use with the Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System on HP Indigo cut sheet commercial presses.  Commenting on the certification, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves said: "The Mitsubishi pearl substrates were thoroughly evaluated in the Color-Logic laboratories, and were found to produce excellent results with Color-Logic special effects, including Dimensional-FX, Watermark-FX, Image-FX, and Gradation-FX.  Indigo users with white ink capability can confidently use these Mitsubishi Imaging Pearl substrates and produce outstanding special effects for their clients.  The availability of a certified pearlescent metallic substrate enables Indigo printers to create an entirely new range of colors and special effects for business cards, greeting cards, photography, and dozens of other applications."

Mitsubishi Imaging Director of Marketing Steven Vallario, discussing the certification, said: "Our work with Color-Logic enables HP Indigo cut sheet press owners to realize the dynamic effects of the Process Metallic Color System with a certified pearl substrate." Mitsubishi Imaging is a leader in sustainable green technology, and has a long history of success serving the imaging needs of the photographic, inkjet and graphic arts industries in North and South America.  Mitsubishi Imaging customers can choose exactly the right products to grow their business from innovative and ecological CTP and workflow solutions, to premium inkjet media for high resolution imaging, to commercial, high-speed specialty inkjet media for a wide range of production printing needs and more.  For more information about these substrates, go to www.mitsubishiimaging.com/dp-series-for-HP-indigo.html

 

 

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