Orange County Convention Center
9860 Universal Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32819
A leading plastics showcase, this year’s NPE exhibit will bring more than 60,000 professionals to Orlando, Florida to discover technology and products that are shaping the future of plastics.
At Booth #S38026 in South Hall, Konica Minolta Sensing will exhibit high performance color measurement and color control solutions. These solutions enable users to standardize, formulate, evaluate, and control the color of their plastic products faster and more efficiently.
This high performance color management software optimizes the process for specifying, formulating, evaluating, and controlling plastic color through its advanced analysis and color matching capabilities. As a cloud-based software platform, designers, brand owners, and manufacturers can also share specifications and monitor measurement data in real time to coordinate color seamlessly from design to finished product.Learn more about Colibri >
The NC-1 is an automated, non-contact color monitoring and control system built to measure the color of products continuously and accurately as they move down the production line. This high-speed system eliminates rejects and rework by notifying users in real time when products are close to being out of specification or are completely out of specification for corrective action to be taken immediately.Learn more about the NC-1 >
These high precision instruments are ideal for measuring the color and appearance of opaque, transparent, and translucent samples under various illuminants within laboratory environments. Our instruments deliver accurate measurement data so users can specify and match color quality standards more efficiently.Browse bench-top spectrophotometers >
These high precision, handheld instruments are ideal for measuring the color and appearance of samples under various illuminants within production, manufacturing, or other environments where portability is required. Our instruments deliver accurate measurement data so users can specify and match color quality standards more efficiently.Browse portable spectrophotometers >
Dan Randall is the director of sales for the Color & Appearance business unit at Konica Minolta Sensing Americas. His extensive background in color applications and technology covers the gamut from quality control, formulation, color management, communication, imaging, and process control. His industrial experience spans the range of textiles, paints, plastics, fibers, paper, and food where he worked as a color chemist, and most recently as a technical engineer. As a sales and business professional, he applied his knowledge of color applications to the fields of color communication and color management for national and global supply chains. He has helped many well-known brands establish effective color programs with their suppliers. His present role with Konica Minolta Sensing is to provide manufacturers the ability to control the color of their products within their process lines.
Fritz Baltutat is the senior manager for the Color & Appearance business unit at Konica Minolta Sensing Americas. He has devoted his career to the field of color science and theory for over 29 years. Throughout that time, Fritz has assisted clients in solving color related issues based on his broad knowledge of industries, applications, and in-depth understanding of the company’s color measurement equipment.
Jesse Coore has devoted 29 years of his career working in optical technology with Konica Minolta. Throughout these years, he has gained extensive experience in standardizing, formulating, and evaluating the color of products, including plastic parts, with advanced measurement instrumentation and software solutions. His expertise and guidance has solved difficult color challenges for companies of various sizes, helping them to maintain consistency and meet color quality standards more efficiently. Presently, Jesse serves as the regional sales manager in the Southeast region for the company’s Color & Appearance business unit.
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