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Color-Logic and Scodix Collaborate on Two-Level Swatchbook

Monday, October 27, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Developed for brand managers, product managers, corporations and advertising agencies, the Process Metallic Color System gives users the ability to differentiate themselves

WEST CHESTER, OHIO - Color-Logic and Scodix have collaborated on a new swatchbook that demonstrates the power of the two techniques to produce multiple special effects. The swatchbook was printed using the Color-Logic process with CMYK and white ink on Derprosa substrate, creating metallic special effects which can be readily duplicated from job to job. The Scodix Sense process was then used at three different depths to coat the swatches, creating different hues depending upon the Scodix Sense coating thickness. The swatchbook dramatically demonstrates the versatility available to graphic designers when combining the Color-Logic and Scodix processes.

"Combining the Color-Logic with Scodix processes requires a cooperative investment from both companies," said Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves, discussing the swatchbooks. "Printers using both techniques can create an incredible array of metallic colors and special effects, while graphic designers benefit from being able to reliably predict how their creations will appear in print."

Developed for brand managers, product managers, corporations and advertising agencies, the Process Metallic Color System gives customers the capability to differentiate themselves and their clients from the competition. By simplifying the design and print production process, users can easily implement eye-catching decorative effects into their branded products and associated collateral. The Color-Logic system is compatible with offset, inkjet, flexography, digital presses, screen printing, and gravure processes. It is ideal for packaging, pouches, direct mail, point-of-purchase material, signage, post cards, literature, booklets, labels, shrink sleeves, calendars and much more.

 

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