Printing of colouring rows
The effect of printing colour in terms of their colour position depends on the characteristics of the used papers. It is important to know for the production what amount of liquid each colour should have when being printed on certain printing carrier so that after a defined drying period a good approach on the target values according to ISO 12647 can be achieved.
Depending on the amount of paper the smallest common denominator for the density that has to be printed is determined so that the production process and its requirements on each printing condition remain manageable.
Our form of testing is very versatile. We are also able to detect technical defaults of the printing machine in advance, which otherwise remain undetected for a long time.
That way, you receive joint density values for different papers and therefore very similar dot gain values that can also be averaged.