Tagged Pantone Matching System

Pantone spots and metallics – a guide on when (and when not) to use them

When our customers ask whether litho printing with Pantone colours or digital printing using CMYK colours will give them the best results, we always say the answer depends. It’s all about what you’re printing on, how much you’re printing and how you want your finished product to look. Making the right choice of printing type,…

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Demystifying the jargon used by printing companies

This article is designed to help clear up some of the confusion surrounding print jargon. We have a list of the most commonly used jargon that clients might find in quotes and information provided to them by printers. Printing has evolved over hundreds of years into the fascinating process it is today. However like many…

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How to print Pantone spots and metallics

When your printed material needs to be an exact colour match or unique shade, it can sometimes be hard to reproduce it in regular CMYK. In this situation it is necessary to use a spot or index colour. The most common colour system in the UK print industry is the Pantone Matching System. If you…

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