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Old 05-12-2006, 03:05 PM   #1
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Default Anyone use Tintbook?

I just found out about an interesting looking tool for specifying built (i.e. CMYK) colors in print jobs: Tintbooks. Each book (for coated or uncoated stocks) has more than 25,000 CMYK mixtures, along with color management information.

Sounds pretty useful to me, but I wonder if anyone here has tried it. Like Pantone books, they are pretty pricy ($80 each). Probably worth it, though, if you are doing a lot of processing printing and need to spec spot colors.

   
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