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  • Apr 01, 2016

    April 1, 2016: Seattle - DiffiColor announced - a new software product that is geared toward the color consultant industry.

    CHROMiX, Inc. announces a new product intended to improve support and consulting opportunities worldwide.  

    "Color consultants are traditionally in a hard place in the industry," said Steve Upton, president of CHROMiX.  "They come into a printing company, and once they fix the color problems, they are basically out of work."

    To fill this need, CHROMiX has introduced DiffiColor.

    This is a revolutionary new profiling product has a complicated user interface making it almost impossible for the uninitiated to navigate the process. "Our team has spent countless hours adding confusing language to the help menus, misleading labeling, options that do nothing, and dangerous checkboxes left on by default."

    "Color management has been steadily improving over the years" mentioned Upton, "and it seemed time to shake up the market."

    DiffiColor introduces new terminologies such as chromack, telnor, spront and delta-P into the color lexicon. What they actually mean is anyone's guess.

    Difficolor's system requirements are enough to make even the biggest propeller-head squirm. "We knew that requiring a Newton MessagePad 120 might tax some users" continued Upton "but that puppy rocked! And if you can find one on eBay, the pricing is actually pretty good"

    Adding DiffiColor to any client's workflow is guaranteed to increase consulting and training revenue.

    "Think you understand your color?  THINK AGAIN!"
  • Dec 28, 2015

    Curve3 recently made it into EFI‚Äôs official Knowledge Base (their online help resource) with a procedure for G7 calibrations for the Fiery proServer and Fiery XF systems. 

    The procedure is a straight-forward "How-To" guide with step-by-step instructions and many good screen illustrations.  CHROMiX and HutchColor both worked with EFI to make this happen. 

    EFI’s Knowledge Base link:
  • Jun 23, 2015

    CHROMiX is pleased to announce a reseller partnership with ColorLogic GmbH, publishers of high-end color tools.

    Considered as premium profiling, editing, tuning and workflow products, ColorLogic products align well with many CHROMiX customers and their discerning needs.

    ColorLogic tools include:

    CoPrA profiling and editing software
    ZePrA workflow and color management server software
    ColorAnt measurement tuning software
    DocBees re-profiling software
    and others

    ColorLogic tools are for those with demanding or extreme color quality needs, plus when the highest quality results are required 100% of the time.

    As you would expect, CHROMiX technical staff will also fully support the ColorLogic products sold to our customers.

    Go to ColorLogic software tools
  • Jun 11, 2015

    Maxwell got a nice plug from Barbieri at the recent ISA show in Las Vegas.

    Our Maxwell Client works closely with the Barbieri SpectroPad to load tracks onto the instrument and pull off measurements for uploading into Maxwell.

    This makes for a great combination: Wireless portability, instant pass/fail reporting,  and connection with the Cloud for tracking color anywhere in the world.

  • Feb 23, 2015

    Monday, February 09, 2015

    CHROMiX and HutchColor donate color management and press software products
    Rochester Institute of Technology‚Äôs School of Media Sciences (SMS) has received donations of state-of-the-art software products from two companies considered leading providers of color measurement solutions for the printing industry.
    CHROMiX Inc. and HutchColor LLC have donated licenses of two software packages to SMS, widely recognized as a leader in media arts and technology in higher education.
    • CHROMiX Inc. has donated ColorThink Pro 3 software for the Macintosh, which will provide SMS students the ability to take advantage of the latest in color management innovation, including International Color Consortium (ICC) profile inspection and the use of look-up tables for color data conversion.
    • HutchColor and CHROMiX have donated licenses of Curve3 software, which will enable students to gain insights into the G7 press calibration methodology. G7 produces shared neutral appearance across all printing processes, independent of ICC profiles.
    “These generous donations from CHROMiX and HutchColor further enhance our school’s curriculum by giving students the ability to learn new technologies that standardize color-managed print production workflows through hands-on immersive learning,” said Robert Chung, the Roger G. Fawcett Distinguished Professor in SMS. “These solutions will provide RIT students even more ways to demonstrate their technical and problem-solving skills to prospective employers upon graduation.”
    ‚ÄúCHROMiX and HutchColor are highly respected leaders in the area of color management technologies,‚Äù added Twyla Cummings, acting administrative chair of SMS and senior associate dean of RIT‚Äôs College of Imaging Arts and Sciences. ‚ÄúPartnerships like these further allow SMS to pursue research interests that meet the current and future needs of our evolving industry.‚Äù
    Steve Upton, president of CHROMiX, said his company is looking forward to the collaboration with RIT and the university’s students.
    “We are excited about the opportunity to partner with RIT’s School of Media Sciences to educate the next generation of print media professionals with the latest color innovation from CHROMiX,” Upton said.
    Don Hutcheson, HutchColor’s president, has a long relationship with RIT dating back to 1983.
    “I am delighted to know this donation of Curve3 software will help RIT familiarize future industry professionals with the latest calibration methods and reference print conditions,” he said.

    Also posted at these sites:

    RIT website

    WhatTheyThink website