Flint Ink recently unveiled its new Omnibrite coldset news ink system. Omnibrite significantly reduces the color gap between the color newsprint and magazine printing with brighter, more saturated colors.
The company reports that the combination of Omnibrite inks and Flint’s benchmarking Intelli-Print quality audit give newspaper printers a competitive advantage by providing the resources to achieve and maintain IFRA color quality standards.
“The extended gamut of Omnibrite ink gives newspaper publishers a competitive advantage to increase advertising revenue and circulation with more effective color messaging,” said Norm Harbin, Flint Ink’s vice president, market and technical development. “And in the pressroom, the combination of the Intelli-Print audit and Omnibrite ink gives printers a value-added process to optimize and maintain operations according to IFRA guidelines from prepress to finished product.&rdq
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