QuadTech to unveil world-first “color management breakthroughs” at INFOFLEX 2017
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Press release from the issuing company
Sussex, Wisconsin, USA – At INFO•FLEX 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA (May 1-2, Stand 716), QuadTech will conduct live demonstrations of its new ColorTrack™ color management software. ColorTrack was launched at drupa 2016, along with the new Color Measurement with DeltaCam™ and completely redesigned Inspection System.
ColorTrack facilitates fast, accurate press-side correction of ink formulations. Without any hardware modifications to the press, ColorTrack software seamlessly integrates with ink recipe software to not only simplify workflow, but also dramatically reduce the number of ink corrections needed to achieve accurate, optimal color.
According to QuadTech President Karl Fritchen, “ColorTrack’s potential to have a big impact on the industry attracted enthusiastic crowds when we first launched at drupa last summer. Since then, our developers and engineers have completed more new features that we believe will change the way printers manage color quality.”
ColorTrack’s Seven “Color Management Breakthroughs”
Pre-Laminate/Post-Laminate Color Support
ColorTrack Press-Side Recipe Correction Module
Ink Strength/Anilox Color Correction
Spot Color Tone Value Calculation to ISO 20654
Enhanced Color Measurement through Strip Scanning
Simplified Ink Quantity Tracking via Patented “Virtual Scales”
Complete, Simplified Workflow
Color Measurement with DeltaCam
Also launched at drupa 2016, QuadTech’s Color Measurement with DeltaCam makes advanced, inline spectral measurement affordable. For about half the cost of other inline systems, you can utilize accurate, automated L*a*b* measurement on film, paper or board—ensuring that all printed product is within your customers’ color specifications.
The modernized Inspection System sets a new standard for fast, easy detection of print defects. The advanced 100% inspection technology has been “reimagined from the ground up,” based on user feedback, to create a better process for the detection and disposition of defects. Utilizing the most advanced algorithms in the industry, the Inspection System can detect a wide variety of defects such as ink spots, register/color variation, content issues, and streaks.
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