Coordinating Product Color across Job Functions

Controlling the color and appearance of products can involve a number of individuals, departments, and suppliers. This process requires a color to be specified, produced, and inspected for accuracy using the appropriate tools, including measurement systems and software. Although each company is different in how they operate, this article provides an overview of typical job functions that may be involved in this process and how they can perform more effectively to meet standards. Learn more >



Components of a Color Quality Process

A color quality process helps manufacturers and suppliers meet product color standards more efficiently. By standardizing this process internally and throughout the supply chain, consistency and accuracy can be maintained from one batch of material to the next. This document details the components of a standardized color quality process within research and manufacturing environments. Learn more >



Does Your Coffee Taste Bitter? Change the Color of Your Mug

Research Suggests the Color of Dinnerware Influences Our Taste of Food and Beverages

Coffee drinkers may not need that extra spoonful of sugar, according to research. In a recent study published in the journal Flavour, researchers suggest the color of your glassware can influence how you perceive the taste of coffee. Read more >


On-Demand Webinar: Color Measurement in the Plastics Industry

When plastic parts are inconsistent in color, rejects and rework increase. These common problems slow down your workflow, increase waste, and reduce company profits. In Konica Minolta Sensing’s on-demand webinar, Color Measurement in the Plastics Industry, the measurement and control of plastic color to meet standards are detailed. Start, stop, rewind, and fast forward at your convenience. View now >



Color & Light Seminar >
The Language of Color, Appearance and Light is an educational seminar that will improve your understanding of lighting, color science, and measurement.

March 25, 2015 - Chicago IL
April 21, 2015 - Southfield, MI





> Coordinating Product Color across Job Functions

> Components of a Color Quality Process

> Does Your Coffee Taste Bitter? Change the Color of Your Mug

> On-Demand Webinar: Color Measurement in the Plastics Industry




Konica Minolta Develops FD-9,
World's Fastest Auto-Scanning Spectrophotometer, Bringing Improved Accuracy in Color Management to Users in the Printing Industry Learn more >





SpectraMagic NX Color Quality Control Software

SpectraMagic NX software provides a more detailed analysis of a sample's color for quality control. This versatile program enables users to retrieve specifications and measurement data, identify out-of-spec color through assessment reports and detailed graphs, and evaluate the color and appearance of samples more effectively. Learn more >




Benefits and Features of the CM-2600d Spectrophotometer

In this video, we provide an overview of the portable CM-2600d Spectrophotometer and its features for measuring glossy, matte, and fluorescent samples. This includes simultaneous SCI/SCE measurements, Numerical UV Control, and more. Watch video >


NPE2015: Plastics Showcase
Booth #S38026 - March 23 - 27, 2015

At Booth #S38026, 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. Event information >



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