Color-Logic has certified the Skandacor SLEEKpro™cold foil system. "The Skandacor printed test results of the Color-Logic test form files were stellar," stated Color-Logic CTO Richard Ainge. "The decorative effects and colors produced using the Skandacor cold foil system will enable Skandacor printers to differentiate what they can provide their clients."
Color-Logic has certified the Xerox EX-P 6 Print Server Powered by Fiery® for the Xerox Iridesse Production Press. Discussing the certification, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves said: "The latest Xerox product enhancements and the new Xerox Iridesse press--shown at PRINT 18 in Chicago--enable graphic designers using the Color-Logic Process Metallic System to differentiate their products in ways previously unseen in print. The latest Xerox developments, combined with the Fiery DFE, provide printers with a platform that can truly differentiate digital print from conventional. Not only is the new Xerox Iridesse press a superb example of workflow automation in print, it enables graphic designers using the Color-Logic tools to take advantage of the latest silver and white dry inks from Xerox."
In a ceremony immediately preceding PRINT 18 in Chicago, the Color-Logic Touch7 Neon Suite was designed a RED HOT Technology. More importantly, the Touch7 Neon Suite received the coveted Vanguard Breakthrough Award, presented only to products considered 'game changers.' The Touch7 Neon Suite is one of only five entries to gain the recognition, and is one of only nine recognized products in the entire Vanguard program. Commenting on the award, Richard Ainge--Color-Logic CTO and the inventor of the Touch7 Neon Suite--observed: "In selecting Touch7, PRINT 18 management recognized the importance and timeliness of neon inks at the show. With Touch7, graphic designers can easily and confidently produce files to take advantage of the fluorescent inks just now entering the market."
HP Indigo and Color-Logic will join forces at PRINT 18 in Chicago to demonstrate how HP Indigo white ink, expanded color gamut inks, and fluorescent inks let graphic designers offer brands and product managers an unlimited array of special decorative effects and colors. Discussing the collaboration, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves said: "The latest HP Indigo product enhancements-to be shown at PRINT 18 in Chicago-enable graphic designers using the Color-Logic Process Metallic System to differentiate their products in all forms of print media."
At PRINT18 in Chicago, Ricoh and Color-Logic will collaborate to demonstrate how the latest Ricoh features--white toner and dynamic new neon colors on Ricoh 7200 presses--provide printers with the ability to show how digital printing outshines conventional processes. Discussing the collaboration, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves said: "The latest Ricoh digital presses, to be shown at PRINT 18 in Chicago, provide graphic designers with the platform that brands and product marketers can use--together with the Color-Logic Process Metallic System--to differentiate their products on the shelf."