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How to compare the color difference between printed textile with Pantong color

Textile Industry | 2017-10-28 14:04:26

1. Prepare instrument, samples and Pantone color chart

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2. Customer are using Pantone 121C,324C and 496C. They need us to compare the color on the printed textile and pantone color. Now we will make the test.



3. Turn on the instrument and connect it with PC.(Enter into USB interface)

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4. Black and white calibrate the instrument

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5. Sett the parameter (Set up—Listing Option—Color Space, D-Value and Equation). According to customer’s requirement, we choose L, a, b, Delta L,Delta a, Delta b and Delta E.

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6. Now we will compare the color difference of the printed textile with pantong color 324C.

1). Measure the printed textile firstly. It will be called target.

2). Measure the pantong color 324C. We can get its color value and color difference between it and the printed textile.

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7. Use the same method to measure the other 2 colors. We will get the following test result.

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The above test result means comparing with pantong color 121C, the textile products contain too much white, too much green and less yellow. Total color differences between these two colors are Delta E 13.63.


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The above test result means comparing with pantong color 324C, the textile products contain too much black, too much green and less blue. Total color differences between these two colors are Delta E 16.27.


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The above test result means comparing with pantong color 496C, the textile products contain too much black, too much red and too much yellow. Total color differences between these two colors are Delta E 16.85.


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