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    • myPANTONE iPhone App

      Pantone has recently updated myPANTONE – its popular iPhone application for capturing, creating and sharing PANTONE Color palettes – to include the recently released PANTONE PLUS Color Libraries. PANTONE PLUS is the next generation of the PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM and provides 224 new solid colors, 300 new metallics, 154 pastels and 56 neons for even greater selection. To download myPANTONE 1.1.1 or upgrade existing applications, click here.

      What is myPANTONE?
      myPANTONE is an on-the-go, inspirational color tool that gives graphic, digital, multimedia, fashion, interior and industrial designers access to all PANTONE Color Libraries, and allows them to take advantage of the iPhone’s built-in camera by capturing colors whenever and wherever. Users can share color palettes via email, Facebook and Twitter, and access valuable color information such as sRGB, HTML and L*a*b* values from directly within the application.
      ** The colors displayed on the screen are for directional purposes only and a PANTONE Guide should always be used in order to accurately determine color appearance.

      PANTONE PLUS
      The PANTONE PLUS SERIES provides designers and printers with a host of new features and capabilities to fulfill their creative desires. Enhancements include the chromatic arrangement of colors for more intuitive selection, an expanded palette of spot colors, the addition of new premium metallics and a broader range of neons. Also, all guides in the PLUS SERIES include a ColorChecker Lighting Indicator to instantly show whether current lighting conditions are suitable for color evaluation. For more information on the PANTONE PLUS SERIES, click here.

    • Pantone Unleashes PANTONE PLUS, the Next Generation of Color

      For nearly 50 years, the PANTONE® MATCHING SYSTEM® has been the worldwide color communication standard. As technology and working styles advance, Pantone continues to evolve its color tools and technology to reflect today's design and production workflows. Pantone LLC, an X-Rite company (NASDAQ: XRIT) and the global authority on color and provider of professional color standards for the design industries, today announces PANTONE PLUS, the next generation of the PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM.

      PANTONE PLUS SERIES
      A modern evolution of the PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM, the PANTONE PLUS SERIES provides designers and printers with new features and capabilities to fulfill their creative desires. Enhancements include the chromatic arrangement of colors for more intuitive selection, an expanded palette of spot colors, the addition of new premium metallics and a broader range of neons.

      Click here to learn more about PANTONE PLUS.

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    • 6 Colors Hit the Spot

      An article discussing the advantages of Hexachrome for print providers.

      Read More (PDF) | Originally Published October 2005 in American Printer

    • Hexachrome Print Process

      Primary Considerations for Implementing Hexachrome Printing, and A Look at Hexachrome Proofing Options.

      Read More (PDF) | Originally Published August 2005 in Digital Output

    • Hexachrome Proofing Resolved

      A presentation that explains the Hexachrome print process and setting up a proofing system for it.

      Read More (PDF) | Originally Presented in 2005

    • Extended Gamut Printing, Pantone Hexachrome

      Presentation on Pantone's Hexachrome print processes for the Flexographic Technical Association (FTA) conference. Details the history of Pantone, why Hexachrome is a cost effective process, and technical overview of printing Hexachrome for the flexographic and packaging industries.

      Read More (PDF) | Originally Presented in 2004

    • Hexachrome Printing: The Whys and Hows of Ripping HIFI Print Jobs

      The Whys and Hows of Ripping HIFI Print Jobs. A quick overview of HIFI and Hexachrome printing.

      Read More (PDF) | Originally Published March 2003 in Digital Output

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