I have supplied four charts from four of our CMYK presses I have calibrated and profiled in the last 5 or 6 months.
I’m trying to make better use of ColorThink and trying to figure how I can use it to quantify my profiles and calibration. I use Excel charts right now and they seem to work ok but I really prefer ColorThink’s visualization capabilities.
This is the exercise where I open the CMYK Neutral Test file in the stunt folder and then load a custom CMYK profile to determine how well calibrated the machine was at time of profiling. However I am not sure where the outer bounds of a quality calibration may be when looking at the ColorThink chart.
I was wondering if anyone could help tell me whether the plots of Neutral Behavior On a CMYK Device (not Neutral Behavior on Profile) would be considered within tolerance: As far as I could tell, each picture is oriented identically so there should be no visual skewing or anything like that.
The CMYK profiles are very accurate based on all the PMS simulations I have to print out on these presses.
I assume these charts in this exercise would provide data detailing how hard each profile is having to work?