Why Worry about Optical Brightening Agents and Their Impact on Color?
Published on February 14, 2017
Son Do, Chief Technology Officer at Rods and Cones, a color management and workflow consulting firm, talks about the impact of optical brightening agents (OBAs) on color management and how to compensate for them. He explains how new standards for viewing conditions help ensure colors are in sync across a variety of lighting conditions. He also talks about the importance of having the right controlled lighting conditions and color measurement instruments.
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Frank Tours the Museum of Printing
Published: December 15, 2017
Frank tours the Museum of Printing in Haverhill, MA - in an unusual manner. You have to see it to believe it.
Got Inkjet? Learn How to Evaluate, Optimize, and Grow It with Inkjet Insight
Published: December 14, 2017
Elizabeth Gooding, President of Inkjet Insight, talks about the new venture and the ways it can help inform those serious about inkjet about both devices, paper, software, and other equipment. The site brings a lot of information together in an easy to use way and Elizabeth highlights them.
The Advantages of Energy Curing Technologies for Package Printing
Published: December 12, 2017
David Biro, Director of Paste Screen and Industrial Inks for Sun Chemical discusses the movement toward energy curing and the advantages associated with this type of curing for packaging applications. He also talks about some of the challenges associated with this kind of curing.
How Digital Technologies are Impacting Package Printing with New Embellishment Tools
Published: December 11, 2017
Jeff Peterson, President of FSEA, gives an overview of the association and how it serves members through their Odyssey show, magazine, and webinar events. He also discusses how new digital technologies like MGI and Scodix take specialty effects to the next level as well as a new study done in conjunction with Clemson University that showcases how end users tend to see embellished print first over standard package printing.