Spot Colors and Expanded Gamut Printing

December 10, 2019

Who Should Attend

Company Owner, Production Managers, Pre-Press Teams

Expanded gamut printing with CMYK+OGV inks represents a revolution in spot color printing for packaging, speciality graphics and signage printers. The Ryerson University Expanded Gamut study is an evaluation of the capabilities and advantages of expanded gamut printing, that highlight products and services from vendors who have offerings in the area of CMYK+OGV printing. All the key vendors, including, but not limited to Kodak, Esko, GMG, CGS, ColorLogic, etc. include tests for spot color accuracy, choice of colorants to make a color, number of colorants to make a color, amount of ink used, smoothness, Photoshop interface to maintain gamut vs expand gamut, dealing with skin tones, targets, Pantone Extended Gamut Guide, etc. This is a buyers report that describes the basics of Expanded Gamut printing and helps you identify the correct questions to ask and the right products for your business.

Presenter: Dr. Abhay Sharma, Ryerson University
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Dr. Abhay Sharma, Ryerson University