- It is an improvement on the colour produced by CMYK printing, and is sometimes even better than RGB.
- Multichrome is able to produce a wide range of orange, red, blue, purple and green tones, areas in which CMYK sometimes struggles.
- It improves the definition, light, contrast, depth and accuracy of printed images, thanks to the stochastic screen, which uses dots of around 20 microns.
- Images with great detail can be seen in higher definition, which we call the MICROSCOPE effect (see the example on pages 30-31 of the catalogue).
- It is ideal for printing COLOUR CHARTS, because we can recreate the printing colour with a DELTA E value of less than 3 (CIEDE2000). It is possible to see whether or not we can reproduce a particular colour before printing.
- The majority of the Pantone colour range can be directly reproduced without the need to print direct tones.
- Multichrome is the best technology to create samples for products that have to match the original exactly, for example for wood, paint, ceramics, cosmetics, etc.