Color Control for Digital Printing Including High Quality Spot Color Conversion with CoPrA and ZePrA – Webinar
Mike Strickler, Principal at MSP Graphics
Dietmar Fuchs, Product Manager of ColorLogic GmbH
Date: Wed., September 30, 2020
Time: 6:00 PM CEST/9:00 AM PST
Color control can be a challenge in digital printing, especially in the packaging sector, where spot colors and vector objects must be converted and lengthy job preps are a deal breaker. Watch Dietmar Fuchs of ColorLogic and Mike Strickler of MSP Graphic Services put ColorLogic CoPrA and ZePrA to the test with next-generation color server technology and intelligent profiling for repeatably accurate process and spot colors on every job and reprint.
Watch a recording of the webinar: https://youtu.be/XsR5Z_Tz59c
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