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A color measurement device used to capture and evaluate color, spectrophotometers can be used to measure just about anything, while ensuring color remains consistent from conception to delivery.
A pressroom densitometer or spectrodensitometer measures ink density on a color bar, providing feedback to the press operator as to how to adjust ink levels should density readings be too high or low.
Colorimeters are tristimulus (three-filtered) devices that make use of red, green, and blue filters to emulate the response of the human eye to light and color.
Although it may see overwhelming to choose the best color measurement device for your workflow, it really comes down to two factors.
If you’ve identified that your business has a color problem but don’t know how to fix it, adding color measurement into your workflow may be the best place to start.