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process color

[′prä‚səs ‚kəl·ər]
(graphic arts)
Method of reproducing full-color originals such as paintings and color photographs; four-color process plates print in yellow, magenta, cyan, and black.

process color

A color printed from four separate printing plates. Four-color process printing uses cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK) inks to produce full color reproduction. Contrast with spot color. See CMYK.
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The new tower and folder will enable Hometown News to print four more pages of back-to-back process color, for a total of six process-color pages in a 20-page section.
In addition, EcoTech process colors conform to ISO 2846-1 standards and are suitable for GRACoL G7 certification.
Waccamaw can print up to eight pages of back-to-back process color in the News & Shopper and four in The Horry Independent.
Straight-run capacity is 64 pages, with 32 pages of process color (more with no page changing).
The new ELS Servo 16" will be demonstrating its ability to print process color on thin shrink film in combination with other add-value processes.
Each line's 4/4, 4/1, 1/4, and 4/2 towers can print up to a 40-page product with 16 pages of process color and eight pages of spot color.
A 4-page Cover Printed Both Sides In Full Bleed Process Color.
According to the company, it delivers low dot gain in process color printing with smooth ink lay down for bold solids.
Sun Chemical has announced a licensing agreement for it to make and sell MetalFX inks, a technology that can be used to print up to 104 million metallic colors by overprinting process color inks over MetalFX Base silver ink, in North America.
Capable of printing 70,000 copies per hour in straight mode, the press can run as many as 10 webs for an 80-page edition, with up to 16 pages of process color and 64 pages of spot color.

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