Making Delta E, Delta Easy!
If you have ever compared color using an instrument, then it’s likely you were evaluating a Delta E color difference. But did you know that there are four different methods to calculate Delta E? And did you know that after selecting one of these methods, you might have to consider different weighting components? It’s enough to make your head spin, especially if you have previously attempted to measure color using density, which can be a very challenging approach on its own.
Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be this way. Our industry now possesses the tools to make understanding color difference easier and more actionable than ever before. Instruments and software help provide objective information so your hands-on experience can be leveraged to the highest potential. By combining your skill and these tools to make the best adjustments on press, you can later evaluate larger amounts of data together to learn how to better control and improve your process.
Join Dan as he demonstrates the tools that are out there and proves that you don’t need to be a printing scientist to make the most of them. Learning about today’s tools and technologies can help you make Delta E become Delta Easy!
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About Our Presenter
Dan Uress, Colorware USA
Dan is a change agent in the field of color measurement software. As the founder of Colorware USA, his company develops customer-inspired solutions that aid in the understanding and accuracy of color reproduction in the manufacturing process. Working together with his partners, he created the MeasureColor suite of software to give customers the highest level of usability, connectivity, and instrument choice of any product available. From 2009 to today, Dan has worked tirelessly to earn an installed base of more than 2,100 companies in countries around the globe. Putting his customer’s interests first with relationships built on trust, Dan feels privileged to share his knowledge and vision with those looking to improve their color quality.