X-Rite and Pantone Offer Color Seminar

GRAND RAPIDS, MI | X-Rite, global supplier of color science and technology, and its subsidiary Pantone, announce the 2017 Spring Fundamentals of Color Training Seminar in 14 locations throughout North America. Company says the two-day seminar helps attendees understand color theory and implement color quality standards in their organizations. Topics covered include visual evaluation of color, communicating color specifications, color tolerances, and instrumentation.

“Color errors continue to be a leading cause for product rejects due to the complexities of controlling color across a wide range of materials and a global supply chain,” says Murphy Keeley, general manager Americas, X-Rite. “It is essential that anyone working with color, from brand owners to specifiers to quality control professionals, understand the fundamentals of color science and how color errors happen. With new locations added across North America, manufacturers and suppliers can attend a local seminar and hear from experts on how to improve quality control processes by streamlining color communication, measurement, reporting, and recording.”

This interactive seminar is said to be ideal for color specifiers, quality control professionals, lab technicians. and anyone who evaluates or approves color. Attendees can register for either the full two-day seminar or one of the individual sessions:

Day One: Fundamentals of Color and Appearance (FOCA) training provides a solid understanding of the art and science of color, covering the physics of color, importance of lighting and how to use spectrophotometers and color data.

Day Two: Fundamentals of Instrumentation and Quality Control (FIQC) is a hands-on workshop where attendees use X-Rite spectrophotometers, light booths, and software to create color standards, develop appropriate color tolerances, measure samples against target colors, and analyze the results.

The seminar series commences on February 21st in Portland, OR. Other locations include Cincinnati, OH; Greenville, SC; Toronto, ON; Bentonville, AR; Schaumburg, IL; San Francisco, CA; Edison, NJ; Grand Rapids, MI; Minneapolis, MN; Anaheim, CA; Nashville, TN; Natick, MA; and Indianapolis, IN.

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