GMG at Fachpack 2021

Meet the GMG color experts – from September 28th to 30th at the Fachpack in Nuremberg

The anticipation is huge because, among other things, we are presenting two much-discussed solutions for packaging printing – including an insightful live demo.

Highlight: GMG ColorBook
Digital printing is rapidly gaining importance, especially in the packaging industry. Still, one question remains: How can we accurately reproduce PANTONE® and custom brand colors with a fixed set of four to seven inks? With GMG ColorBook – the PANTONE® licensed color guide for digital printing. GMG ColorBook shows the actual end result because GMG ColorBook is produced under production conditions, on the same press, and on the production substrate.

Live demo: GMG ColorCard
In packaging printing, color cards are indispensable for visualization and project coordination. Those familiar with the process of producing manual ink drawdowns will know how time-consuming the process is. GMG ColorCard now unites digital efficiency with colorimetric precision. We’ll show you how quick and simple GMG ColorCard works – preferably using your own color reference. Have your color sample measured directly at the booth and receive your personal GMG ColorCard within a few minutes.

TechTalk at INNOVATIONSBOX
Michael Weihing speaks at Fachpack: “Consistent and predictable color results – in both analog and digital packaging printing.”

Consistent color results are crucial for brands regardless of whether packaging is produced analog or digitally. Achieving the right color across the entire production and supply chain is challenging for everyone involved. And real process reliability starts well before production: Color guides licensed by PANTONE® and digital reference proofs are the solutions for reliable and binding color communication.
Find out how color communication can improve efficiency in packaging production. The entertaining lecture by Michael Weihing provides concrete hands-on experience. Forum Innovationsbox, September 30, 2021 at 1.00 p.m.