Upcoming Webinars

TAC Scanning Webinar

Introduction to Total Appearance Capture Scanner (TAC7) and Services June 27, 2017 | 10am ET | 3pm ET

Learn how the Total Appearance Capture (TAC) physical material scanner digitally captures and stores complex optical surface appearance characteristics, such as color, texture and gloss. From automotive paints with special effects, to leather grains and fabrics, hear how it is now possible to accurately replicate physical materials into the digital world. Find out how TAC brings a new level of accuracy and efficiency to virtual design and empowers designers, 3D artists, material specifiers and marketers to improve communication with stakeholders, reduce approval cycles, improve product quality and get to market faster. You will also learn more about X-Rite’s Scanning Services, where appearance experts take care of your material scans for you.
 
Better Color Matching

X-Rite Pantone: Unmatched End to End Color Solutions July 18, 2017 | 9:30am ET 

From inspiration through the final product, color accuracy and consistency across the entire supply chain is the optimal goal. A color that does not meet the customer’s expectations results in costly rework, longer time to market and unhappy customers. In this free session, we explore the different tools that X-Rite offers to make sure you communicate color effectively and improve current processes with an emphasis in the X-Rite's Ci7x00 family of benchtop spectrophotometers and why they are the best in the market. Regardless of what part of the workflow you are in, or what tools you currently use to evaluate color we can help you streamline your color workflow with little to no disruption.

 
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Are You Using The Right Tolerancing Method? July 18, 2017 | 11am ET | 17.00 CEST

During this webinar, we will investigate how tolerances are specified and measured in different industries (Plastics, Automotive, Paint & Coatings). A pass/fail tolerance is the amount of color variation that is considered commercially acceptable. In part, tolerances are driven by customer expectations. While color tolerances are very tight in the automotive, plastics, and paint & coatings worlds, they can be much less strict in other industries.
 

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