Effect of Coating Pigment Choice on Printed Color Gamut, 2008 PAPERCON Conference
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The aim of this work was to gain a better understanding of how the structure and color properties of the coating pigments impact the final printed substrate color gamut. The main focus was whether the coating pigment choice had any impact, and if so, was the impact strictly due to the color of the raw pigment or was the color gamut also influenced by physical size and shape differences between various pigments and the final porosity matrix.