Colour Engine's New Brochure geared around Ipex

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Colour Engine's New Brochure geared around Ipex

Colour Engine brings colour management expertise to Ipex


UK - March 2014: Colour Engine is set to attend Ipex 2014. Supporting four global brands across two stands, the company will demonstrate an exciting product portfolio of colour management software and tools. Colour Engine will support Alwan Color Expertise & Digital Information - Stand N4 B359 as well as Just Normlicht and Remote Director - N2 D210.
With the release of Alwan Color Suite v5 to support two new standards ISO15339 and ISO 17972-4, the Colour Engine team will demonstrate the advantages of an extended colour gamut. The accurate reproduction of a client’s brand is crucial to everyone in the printing supply chain and this mix of standards and solutions will allow print buyers and printers to define and assess aims and tolerances for the printing of both process and spot colours.
Also on the Alwan stand and a first at Ipex 2014, Colour Engine will reveal a new Digital Information product line for the press room. This Swiss built technology can breathe new life into any press and with 95% of all sheetfed and heatset web presses supported, offers a fast ROI based on shorter make-readies and paper and ink savings.
On stand N2 D210 Colour Engine will demonstrate the increasingly popular Remote Director v6 software delivering colour accurate monitor based proofs. They will also show D50 Lighting and reveal key secrets on how to maintain uniformity of light distribution and ensure UV emissions meet ISO 3664:2009 criteria.
Mark Anderton says, “Colour Engine is very pleased to be attending Ipex 2014. We are looking forward to sharing our expertise and demonstrating the latest colour management tools to brands, agencies, publishers and all types of printing companies. We will be at the show to offer advice on our new and exciting products and also to offer fresh insights into technologies that may have been around for some time. We believe that it is fundamental to look at each customer’s requirement individually and talk through the selection of colour management software and tools available and the appropriate strategy of adoption to suit their business model.”
Businesses looking for colour management controls and solutions are sure to find answers to their questions from Colour Engine. Mark Anderton and Malcolm Mackenzie both extend a personal invitation to meet you at Ipex 2014.

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