Comexi Seminar Addresses Extended Gamut The extended gamut printing system was the main point of interest of the technical seminar that Comexi,
“Today, this is a subject that is of interest to most con- verters, but many of them do not know how to move forward in extended gamut,” said Muntadas, Comexi’s regional representative for this area. “Comexi wanted to explain the complexity of this implementation, the advantages of the process, and also its limitations,which in many cases are not clearly defined,”said José Luis Soriano,Comexi’sArea Manager in Latin America. The technical seminar, organized by Comexi, had the collaboration of the company’s different partners, such as Siegwerk,Apex, MacDermid and Tesa. Techkon Donates To Clemson’s Sonoco Institute TECHKON,Danvers,Massachusetts,donated to Clem- son’s Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and Graph- ics. The donation is valued at more than $100,000 and includes the SpectroVision Inline Quality Inspection System, SpectroDens handheld devices, and multiple seats of ChromQA,Techkon’s Color Quality Assurance Software. This donation is part of a long-standing partnership that Techkon has developed with Clemson’s Sonoco Institute.
held in Buenos Aires on May 10th.At the event, a hun- dred professionals from 30 companies in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay had the opportunity to learn first-hand the main advantages of this printing system. Yago Luling, Technical Advisor of the Manel Xifra BoadaTechnological Center, Comexi CTec, opened the session with a presentation.
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