Why should you opt for Special Pantone color printing?

  • Ensure consistent and accurate colors across various printing jobs.
  • Maintaining brand colors and consistency in marketing materials, packaging, and other printed items.
  • Suitable for a wide range of printing methods - offset, digital, and screen printing.
  • A globally recognized color standard, ensuring consistent results worldwide.


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Pantone Color for Printing
Pantone Color for Printing

Special Pantone color printing

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Grand Print solves the common problem of accurately communicating and reproducing colors in the print industry by using standardized colors and assigning each a unique code, allowing designers and printers in their team to achieve consistent and precise color matches across different media and locations.

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Who invented the Pantone color system and when was it formalized for commercial use?

The Pantone color system was invented by advertising agent Lawrence Herbert in the 1950s and was formalized for commercial use in the 1960s.

In which industries is the Pantone system commonly used for color matching?

The Pantone system is commonly used in graphic design, fashion, cosmetics, and high-end printing for accurate color-matching.

What is the significance of Pantone numbers (PMS numbers)?

Each color in the Pantone system is assigned a unique numerical code known as a Pantone Matching System (PMS) number, enabling businesses to generate exact color matches for branding.

How many solid colors does the Pantone system contain, and what do the codes indicate?

The Pantone system contains 1,867 solid colors, each assigned a unique three-number code followed by either "C" (coated) or "U" (uncoated) to indicate paper type.

When should Pantone be chosen over CMYK for color printing?

Pantone is chosen when extreme accuracy in color reproduction is needed, or if a brand's logo contains unique colors that can't be easily reproduced using other methods.

What is the difference between Pantone and CMYK printing?

Pantone, or spot color printing, uses ready-mixed ink to print true colors directly, providing a more solid look. CMYK printing builds up layers of different colored dots and may result in variations.

What are the advantages of Pantone color printing?

Pantone color printing ensures perfectly mixed colors, and highly consistent color reproduction, and is ideal for maintaining the same color across packaging for quality and branding consistency.

Are there downsides to using Pantone color printing?

Pantone printing can be more costly and time-consuming than CMYK printing. However, it offers greater color accuracy and consistency.

How does Pantone use metallic and pastel/neon colors in its system?

Pantone includes metallic shades recognizable by an "8" at the beginning of the code. Pastel and neon colors have codes starting with "9" and are available in both coated and uncoated versions.

How can artwork be prepared using the Pantone color system in Adobe Illustrator?

To prepare artwork in Adobe Illustrator, open the Swatches palette, select the Pantone book, generate a color palette, and apply the colors to vector graphics using the Selection Tool. Export the files as high-quality PDFs.

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