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X-Rite Pantone debut at Plast-Ex

X-Rite Pantone will be demonstrating its Ci4200 compact spectrophotometer at Plast-Ex (May 14-16; Toronto). The Ci4200 is said to be an affordable and precise solution "for companies that want to establish or improve color control programs in industrial settings."

PlasticsToday Staff

April 29, 2013

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X-Rite Pantone debut at Plast-Ex


The Ci4200 is a 31-point spherical spectrophotometer that is said to be easy to use and implement. It can measure the colors of plastics, coatings and other materials to reduce rejection rates and scrap and improve speed to market. The unit can augment color-measurement programs that rely on non-spectral devices or visual-inspection pass/fail methods.

X-Rite experts will be on hand to discuss best practices for visual assessments, lighting samples, and making sure molders are using the same color tolerance as customers.

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