Matching System (PMS) is a system shared world wide by the graphic arts industry. You may view
this screen to help specify a certain PMS number to use with
your job, however you should note that every computer monitor
varies slightly in color. To insure an accurate PMS match, you
should consult a graphic artist in your area to view an actual
PMS color swatch book.
of the PANTONE the color card general color number are all a
suffixes. For example is C, U, M, TPX, TC...etc.
1.The C prints for the Coated with light noodles coin paper. For
light noodles effect 2.The U prints for the Uncoated and offset paper. For dumb
noodles effect 3.The M prints for the matte with dumb noodles coin paper paper.
For half light effect 4.TPX color numbers all XX-XXXXTPX it print and paper up. 5.TC color number for XX-XXXXTC she print and cotton up. So TPX and TC used for spinning to print to dye aspect.
Requirements on artwork file:
1. Coreldraw 9-12 Corel Draw (.cdr) file
2. Illustrator (.AI) file or (.EPS) file
3. Photoshop (.psd) file /(.JPG ) TIF file
4. The artwork resolution less than 300PDI is NOT printable.
(The Patone color here are for your reference only. The availability of
Patone ® are subject to change without notice from Pantone, Inc. )