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Lectra offers ColorMunki Design & PANTONE FASHION + HOME
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May '10
X-Rite, Incorporated now offers its ColorMunki Design and PANTONE FASHION + HOME color references on Lectra's e-stores serving North America, United Kingdom and Euro zone markets, making it easy for fashion designers to create freely with a vast palette of colors.

In January, X-Rite, the world leader in color management, measurement and communication technologies, partnered with Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions for industries using soft materials—textiles, leather, industrial fabrics and composite materials—allowing creative, development and production teams to easily and accurately manage and communicate colors both internally and with external partners and suppliers.

X-Rite technologies featured in Lectra solutions include ColorMunki Design, an all-in-one color solution for the selection, creation and control of new colors; the PANTONE FASHION + HOME color references; and CxF (Color Exchange Format), a file format designed to accurately communicate all relevant color information across multiple devices, applications and geographies.

Lectra's Kaledo V2R2 software now directly supports X-Rite's ColorMunki Design product, allowing fashion designers to use ColorMunki's spectrophotometer to read colors directly from virtually any surface, and to use ColorMunki software for the instant extraction of colors from digital images and to easily find new color harmonies. Customized color palettes are then easily exported to Kaledo and used in fashion and textile design activities. Furthermore, ColorMunki Design provides completely integrated monitor, printer and projector characterization features to ensure consistent and accurate color from inspiration to screen to print, without sacrificing quality. As ColorMunki functionality is built directly into Kaledo, designers can easily activate the custom built profiles without having to leave the Kaledo environment.

Through the Lectra e-store, customers can find the products they need for this seamless, easy and efficient workflow without having to conduct extensive online searches.

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