Pantone color with digital printing
Brand conscious companies usually require CMYK plus specific spot colors, especially when dealing with logos and their brand materials. Many of our clients that we work with have multiple Pantone colors that define their logo and overall graphic standards. When dealing with specific colors on our digital press, we use HP’s unique ElectroIink system for creating Pantone colors off press for our HP Indigo 5600 digital press.
When mixing colors, we are able to deliver accurate brand color matching to over 97% of the current Pantone library. We accomplish this color quality by:
- Using a combination of 11 base colors: CMYK, orange, violet, green, reflex blue, rhodamine red, bright yellow, and transparent to create our spot colors for digital printing.
- We have access to more than 3,000 various Pantone color combinations when mixing colors.
- Color combinations include offerings for coated and uncoated paper, gloss or matte papers, and well as different types of paper makes.
In order to obtain the best results for your Pantone colors, we recommend using a brighter paper for better color quality. It’s important to take paper color into consideration, especially with ivory or natural color papers, as colors can change according to paper colors.
If you have a question about using various colors on our digital press, please contact Chuck Orton to find out more.