process colour

process colour

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing any of the four colours (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) used in process printing
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With a technique known as under colour removal (UCR), it become possible to replace some proportions of the three process colour inks, in neutral and near neutral areas of an image, with black ink.
Much of the work created on the press is for the competitive frozen food industry, which requires overlaying of line and process colour to give perfect depth of colour.
By optimising the toner pigments, the toner obtained FDA approval for direct dry food contact for all the standard CMYK process colours and an FDA approval for indirect food contact for all QA-I toners, inclusive the off-the-shelf available spot colours (orange, green, red, blue, extra magenta, clear and white).
All feature tine-detail photographic images and vignettes requiring two special colours in addition to the four process colours.
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