X-Rite To Offer Fall Course On Densitometry: Applications for Cost Savings
Press release from the issuing company
GRANDVILLE, Mich.—August 15, 2002—X-Rite, Incorporated, a leading global provider of technology solutions measuring color, light and shape, today announced it will offer four densitometry classes this fall. X-Rite’s corporate training team will offer the hands-on course focusing on the use of densitometers in color printing applications. The class is ideal for operators, managers and quality assurance professionals involved in either prepress or the printing/packaging pressroom.
“We’ve received many customer requests for this class as a complement to our successful color theory and ink formulation offerings,” says Lynne Goede, Commercial Training Manager for X-Rite. “Color measurement plays such a critical role in maintaining profitability in printing operations by reducing costs and delighting demanding customers – we are pleased to offer this type of help to the industry.”
About the Class: The densitometry class will teach students:
* Fundamentals of reflection density measurement and color theory.
* Functions of a densitometer—density, dot (tone value), trap, hue error/grayness and print contrast.
* Hands-on densitometer instructions for measuring press sheets and proofs.
* How to discover root causes of color problems using printed materials.
Class Benefits: Students will learn how implementing color measurement can allow them to troubleshoot printing process problems. In turn, this will help:
* Minimize the make-ready process.
* Reduce waste caused by poor color.
* Meet and exceed customer expectations.
* Improve quality control through out the workflow.
Price: $95 per person
Registration: Call 1-800-248-9748 or enroll online at www.x-rite.com
August 15: Kansas City, MO
September 26: Chicago, IL
October 17: Newark, NJ
November 14: Irvine, CA
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