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Color-Logic to Show Cold Foil Techniques at INFO*FLEX 2015

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

West Chester, OhioAt INFO*FLEX 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee, Color-Logic--developer of the Process Metallic Color System--will demonstrate how cold foil can be combined with the Color-Logic system to produce striking metallic labels and other printed materials.  Discussing the process, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves said, "Color-Logic is fully compatible with cold foil applications.  More than 250 remarkable metallic hues and special effects can be created by simply printing white and conventional CMYK inks over silver or holographic silver foils.  And the viewer feature in the Color-Logic Design Suite enables graphic designers and prepress personnel to see their metallic special effects before going to press."

Commenting further about the use of the Color-Logic system on cold foil, Geeves added: "By printing white ink and CMYK inks on silver cold foil, Color-Logic provides a simple and low-cost alternative to expensive and time-consuming hot foil applications.  Using only one silver foil rather than a variety of metallic foils significantly reduces inventory costs, and the fact that the metallic colors produced are unique to the printer makes it very difficult for customers to move jobs from printer to printer.  Using the Color-Logic technique on cold foil, Mark Andy recently produced a swatch book demonstrating the special effects available.  The Mark Andy swatch book won the coveted European Flexographic Industry Association Technical Innovation Award in the UK."

 

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