swatchbook

swatchbook

(ˈswɒtʃˌbʊk)
n
a booklet containing samples (of paper, cloth, etc)
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"We see M_use as a digital swatchbook for our converters as much as an inspirational resource for designers.
"We encourage brands to think beyond the swatchbook to create their own custom color masterpieces, colors that are as unique as their brands," says Sng.
Lilien's 2012 Cocktail Swatchbook, the dessert drinks book opens up like a paint color fan deck.
DeWal Industries is offering engineers a free swatchbook with samples of submersible pump PTFE and FEP tapes specifically for downhole construction and repair.
Purchase of a GMG ColorMaster 2.0 annual license provides a customer access to a pre-configured set of updated international color profiles, pre-defined GMG ColorMaster workflows, PDF/X-3 export settings for Adobe InDesign, GMG ColorMaster ICC for screen viewing, and a GMG SwatchBook.
The spectrophotometric analysis was made with X-Rite SwatchBook and ColorShop 2.6 application.
Papers reflectance measurements were processed using X-rite Spectrophotometer, Digital Swatchbook in the interval of the wavelengths from 410 nm to 700 nm for every 10 nm.
The line now features 58 items including 24 new colors, 13 new finishes and three new digital-ready items, and is showcased in the new Neenah Folding Board swatchbook.
For measurement evaluation of prints Spectrophotometer X-RiteColor Digital Swatchbook was used.
* GPA has announced the release of its new Dry Toner Swatchbook. This tool is designed for printers, designers, and marketers to showcase the possibilities when pairing GPA's substrates with dry toner printing technology.
All are featured in a new companion swatchbook to the original Design Collection swatchbook.
Spinnaker also recently launched a new Thermal Imaging swatchbook with samples of all of its thermal printing products.