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Touch7 adds Soft-Proofing for Accurately Viewing Extended Color Gamut, Targeting Digital Print

Leeds, England; November 2016Touch7, an Extended Colour Gamut system distributed by Color-Logic Inc, has announced that they will now offer Soft-Proofing™ capability to their clients. Discussing the Soft-Proofing product, Touch7’s Founder/CTO, Richard Ainge commented: “Touch7 takes just one mouse click inside of PhotoShop to produce up to a 7 color separation of an image. However, PhotoShop does not provide an accurate color representation of any separation with more than CMYK or RGB images. We are not a colour management company so we partnered with RemoteDirector to provide us with an OEM version of their technology.”   Mark Geeves, Director of Sales and Marketing for Touch7 commented: “We have targeted the digital press and printer markets with our Touch7 Soft-Proofing solution since people forget these presses are really production machines and there is a real need not to use them as proofing devices until the design is ready. If printers take 6 minutes of production time to produce 10 proofs a day then you have 1 hour of production time wasted. Touch7 creates an extended color gamut separation in seconds, which saves hours of manual masking and now with our Soft-Proofing solution, digital presses and printers are more productive as well.”
  Touch7™ is powered by Khaos Technology™, a developer of Adobe plug-ins and software tools for the printing industry.   For more information, visit www.touch7.co or call +1-513-258-0047.  



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The Printing Plant (G7 Certified) wins PIANKO Best of Category Label Award with Color-Logic

West Chester, Ohio, USA; October 2016—The Printing Plant, Cincinnati, Ohio, won Best of Category for a label design that was utilized by the FTA for promoting their G7 seminars. Discussing the award, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing, Mark Geeves, commented: “The Printing Plant is a G7 certified printer and were one of the first Color-Logic certified label printers in the US. This award winning label demonstrates how G7 in combination with the Color-Logic’s system, can produce labels that not only meet G7 specifications but also provide brands with differentiation and shelf impact.

“The Printing Plant has been a licensed printer for Color-Logic since 2011. We were asked to participate in the FTA promotion since we had recently been G7 certified, states Tod Leonard, President of The Printing Plant. The file from the FTA Association proved to be a great label for demonstrating what our flexo operation is capable of producing. We are also utilizing the Color-Logic technology and are G7 certified on our digital press as well.”

Color-Logic™ develops color communication systems and software tool sets for a variety of special effect printing applications. Color-Logic provides brand owners, product managers, corporations, and their advertising agencies the ability to differentiate themselves and their clients with a simple print production process that yields dramatic results. Color-Logic decorative effects utilize the existing workflows of printers and designers, yielding dynamic results without the use of special equipment. Color-Logic supports the value of print and works with designers and printers to enhance their printed media.

For more information, visit
www.color-logic.com or call +1-513-258-0047.



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Color-Logic Continues Global Growth and Support

West Chester, Ohio, USA; October 2016 - The Process Metallic Color System now supports 22 languages. Color-Logic Chief Technology Officer, Richard Ainge, commented: “Brands and printers around the world look for value added print for conventional and digital printing, so it's imperative that our software solution is accessible to all users globally. Our latest update now provides installer support for all of Adobe's 22 primary software languages, for both Mac and Windows – Since we started selling our system in 2010, approximately 60 percent of our sales have come from outside the USA – Differentiating print is a global market opportunity and our most current release enables Color-Logic to expand on that continued growth on a global basis, with our printers, brands and technology partners.”

Label and Litho is a thriving family business based in Lower Hutt, Wellington. Founded in 1964 we’re 100% New Zealand owned by Camilla Welch (Managing Director) and Hamish Kincaid (Director and Chief Technical Officer) and Angus Kincaid (Director and Commercial Manager). They are passionate about two things – quality labels and quality service. Our award winning labels are created with the latest printing technology and we’re proud of our innovation when it comes to technique and enhancing label design. Contact: www.label.co.nz

For more information, visit
www.color-logic.com or call +1-513-258-0047.



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Label & Litho - wins 2 Gold New Zealand Pride and Print Awards with Color-Logic

West Chester, Ohio, USA; September 2016 - Color-Logic has announced Label and Litho Ltd won two gold awards in the New Zealand Pride and Print Awards contest. The Pride In Print Awards showcase the best of the best in New Zealand visual communications annually. It is in the commercial marketplace that Pride In Print delivers its greatest tangible reward – opening the eyes of print buyers to the possibilities print can offer, and highlighting why buyers should choose print as a medium for their message. Discussing the awards, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves commented: “The samples produced by Label and Litho on their HP Indigo 6000 series press truly demonstrate what can be done with Color-Logic’s software in differentiating brands on the shelf at a fraction of time and cost associated with do it traditionally. What is great about these samples is how Label & Litho utilized adding additional effects they have available on their presses which can add levels of security and still keep the appearance pleasing”

Label and Litho is a thriving family business based in Lower Hutt, Wellington. Founded in 1964 we’re 100% New Zealand owned by Camilla Welch (Managing Director) and Hamish Kincaid (Director and Chief Technical Officer) and Angus Kincaid (Director and Commercial Manager). They are passionate about two things – quality labels and quality service. Our award winning labels are created with the latest printing technology and we’re proud of our innovation when it comes to technique and enhancing label design. Contact: www.label.co.nz

For more information, visit
www.color-logic.com or call +1-513-258-0047.



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SAi Flexi RIPs and Touch7 Differentiate Brand Signage with Extended Color Gamut Technology

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Salt Lake City, USA and Leeds, England
- SA International (SAi), the leading provider of software solutions for the professional sign making, wide-format digital printing and CAD/CAM for CNC machining industries; and Touch7, have announced that the Touch7 extended colour gamut system is now fully supported by SAi's Flexi and PhotoPrint RIPs (Version 10.x and higher) for the sign and print markets.

Discussing the certification, Director of Sales & Marketing for Touch7, Mark Geeves comments, "It is well-known that brands utilize signage to engage the consumer with eye catching designs. Now, customers with the SAi RIP can process Touch7 files to make a brand's signage stand out from the competition, by using the full gamut that digital print engines can provide."

"SAi has recently undertaken extensive testing on a variety of digital engines that they support, and the results were excellent," he continues. "Touch7 applies the separations at the design stage using the familiar Adobe Creative Cloud environment, while the final press profile conversion is done within the SAi RIP, resulting in superior quality separations with smooth transitions and tonal blending."

"We are very excited about the Touch7 extended gamut color technology," adds Dean Derhak, Product Director at SAi. "Touch7 dramatically improves color saturation on extended gamut inkjet printers, as well as on standard CMYK wide-format digital inkjet printers. This gives every print-service provider using Touch7 with our Flexi RIP software a noticeable competitive advantage with better eye-popping color compared to those providers not using Touch7."

For more information, visit
www.color-logic.com or call +1-513-258-0047.



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