TECHKON to unveil new quality assurance tools

Labelexpo Europe 2019, Stand 9A27


ECHKON GmbH, a manufacturer of color measuring solutions, will unveil new tools for quality assurance in label and packaging printing at Labelexpo 2019.

The company will showcase SpectroDens spectro-densitometers with new features, especially for special inks and packaging print. The instrument connects to five TECHKON programs and is supported today by more than 20 software solutions in different color management applications.

TECHKON’s ChromaQA color quality assurance software for printing and packaging companies provides tools designed to monitor the color quality of jobs on press, reduce the number of re-makes and deliver significant savings in ink and paper by detecting color problems early in the print production process.

Similar to ChromaQA enterprise color quality solution, ChromaLT is meant mainly for small- and mid-sized packaging printers who are looking for a more affordable solution, easy to deploy in the pressroom and provides a focused feature set to get their operators up to color faster.
ChromaLT is designed to improve print process efficiencies by removing the color matching guesswork, cutting make-ready times and ultimately increasing profitability.

Colibri by Matchmycolor is a state-of-the-art ink formulation software which not only matches colors but also facilitates color communication all over the world. It is ideal for brands that need to match and specify colors across industries and for applications such as printing, plastics, paints and coatings.

TECHKON will be at Stand 9A27 at Labelexpo 2019.

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