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X-Rite Asia to demo colour management solutions at ITMA
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Jun '14
X-Rite Asia Pacific Ltd. will present new technologies at the ITMA Asia+CITME 2014 show in Shanghai from 16 to 20 June that textile manufacturers and dye houses can use to accurately communicate colour data between plants and to all stakeholders in a worldwide supply chain.
 
X-Rite representatives at booth N5B23 in the Shanghai New International Expo Centre will demonstrate affordable technologies that companies involved in every aspect of textile manufacturing can use to precisely control the colour of their products. 
 
Senior Sales Manager James Guo and X-Rite Textile Application Manager Steven Yan will be holding a free seminar on 17 June from 2 to 6 p.m. at N5 M49 on two subjects that are critical for textile manufacturers: “Total colour management solutions for textile supply chains,” and “How dye mills can enhance productivity through colour management.”
 
Among other products new to the show, the Ci4200 benchtop spectrophotometer offers tighter controls of colour for incoming materials, in-process samples and finished goods. The Ci4200 is also available with a UV lamp (Ci4200UV) for accurate colour measurement of textiles that contain optical brightening agents. The easy-to-use instrument features a small footprint and the ability to measure surfaces in a horizontal or vertical position.  
 
The Ci6x Series of versatile handheld spectrophotometers provides tighter controls of colour for materials, in-process parts and finished goods, along with audit trails to ensure productivity for facilities with multiple sites. Like the Ci4200, the Ci64 can come in a UV version for accurate measurement of colours of textiles with optical brightener agents.
 
Using NetProfiler 3.0, companies can profile their Ci6xs, Ci4200s and other spectrophotometers to ensure accuracy and consistency across measurement devices within a single facility or across geographies.  NetProfiler enables the accurate exchange of spectral colour data in applications where colour tolerances are tight and there is little room for error.  When instruments are enabled with NetProfiler, companies can lower the cost of colour programs by helping to eliminate colour measurement problems before they result in costly rework. 
 
Company representatives will demonstrate the SpectraLight QC light booth that offers more standardized illumination sources than any visual assessment QC solution on the market, correctly replicating the lighting that one would find in natural daylight, at the shopping mall, at home or in other settings.

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