Same Instrument Models, Different Color Measurement Results?
When coordinating the color of a product or sample internally or throughout the supply chain, measurements of the object’s color are often performed by two or more instruments. Measurement results between instruments can still vary significantly even when using the same model as another department or facility, however. This is likely due to lack of instrument maintenance or standardization in measurement procedures and conditions between locations. This article discusses how to minimize these differences in measurement results internally and throughout the supply chain. Learn more >
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