In the color measurement and management process, tolerances are used in conjunction with color measurement data to define how much color variance is acceptable between a sample and an actual manufactured part. However, establishing tolerances doesn't necessarily mean customers and suppliers will always agree. The subjectivity in color perception when different individuals visually evaluate color can lead to confusion and frustration among customers, suppliers, vendors, production, and management. Even when using spectral data combined with tolerances to quantify color, customers and suppliers still find themselves disagreeing. This is often due to the lack of a consistent tolerancing system.

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Products Referenced in this Whitepaper

Ci64 Spectrophotometer

Multi-Purpose Measurement

Color iQC

Quality Assurance Software

ColorChecker® Classic

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