Last Chance to Register for Sonoco Institute's Expanded Color Gamut Seminar, April 17-19, 2018

Event Overview

Clemson’s Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and Graphics is the perfect place to come learn about the ins-and-outs of Expanded Color Gamut for package decoration. This seminar uses state-of-the-art software, color management, and production flexographic equipment to allow attendees to put their hands-on the ECG process workflow, while engaging with industry experts around this exciting and beneficial technology.

This seminar has recently been modified to fit in a shorter, two and a half day session to better fit your schedule. 

Hands-on Sessions:

  • Defining Expanded Gamut Inks and Creating Standards
  • Press Calibration and Characterization
  • Selective Gamut Expansion and Spot Color Conversion
  • Production Color Separation and Proofing
  • Production Printing and Process Control Analysis
  • Converting RGB or CMYK to 7C in Adobe Photoshop

Presentations Topics Include:

  • Why Expanded Color Gamut for Your Packaging
  • Defining Expanded Gamut Inks and Process Limitations
  • Color Tolerances, Process Control, and Managing Expectations
  • Proofing Options and Considerations for Expanded Gamut
  • Implementing Technology and the “Tipping Point”

Previous Presenters and Contributors

  • Mark Samworth, Esko
  • Catherine Haynes, APR
  • Bobby Congdon, Clemson University
  • Jeff Hall, XRite/Pantone
  • Darris Smith, Environmental Inks and Coatings
  • Kevin Bourquin, Cyber Graphics
  • John Fulcoly, Packaging CPR
  • Kern Cox, Clemson University
  • Kirk Franklin, Environmental Inks and Coatings
Register Now!

Source: The Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design & Graphics