How do you convert images between Pantone and Multichrome?
We have incorporated all the Pantone colour libraries, and when making a colour conversion the system searches for the Pantone colour specified in Multichrome based on information for the colour spectrum and minimising the visual differences when the image is printed.
In addition to completing the process, a report is created detailing any differences in colours once the image has been printed, and it is possible to see if the result will be what you want before printing.
There are colours that will not work with Multichrome, such as metallic colours (silver, gold, etc.).
8. Multichrome is the ideal technology for making COLOUR CHARTS AND PRODUCT SAMPLES that require a high level of accuracy. Which formats does it use?
It can import colour tables in different formats, such as: ACO, CXF, CCF, ICC and TXT.
This allows each customer to read the colour range directly, or through a spectrophotometer.
One of the most important aspects is that you can see any colour deviations before printing.
10. Can you specific colour profiles depending on the type of paper or profiles tailored for each client?
It also avoids the Moiré effect that occurs when using AM with 7 colours. You can see the differences in the image below:
As Multichrome works with a very broad range of colours, you may need to make certain readjustments to ensure there is no loss of focus during the conversion.
The autofocus system analyses each image by adjusting the focus of the same according to different criteria, such as size, resolution, and so on.
This combination is what creates such a sharp printed result, with perfect focus.