Development, production, and QC solutions for control of the colour and appearance of interior plastics, carpets, metals, and leather
OEMs are able to specify the colour for interior plastics and share the digital colour standards with supply chain partners who can use the same system for colour recipe prediction and later perform QC measurements against that standard. By specifying digital colour data standards and measuring with close tolerance instruments from Konica Minolta Sensing, tolerances can be tighter, and timescales shortened.
The 45-degree geometry of the CM-25cG ensures that the operator can match colours to other parts, irrespective of surface texture. Circumferential illumination eliminates directional dependency to minimise the influence of measurement position and rotation, particularly in frosted, textured, or structured surfaces commonly used in automotive plastics.
The target colour for upholstery leather can be specified to the correct supply chain partners to match. The producer can match to the required colour and use a portable spectrophotometer to measure production samples and establish working tolerances and provide QC data back to the specifier.
The portable spectrophotometer CM-700d has a small measuring aperture and vertical alignment that makes it ideally suited to measuring on small and curved parts which would otherwise be difficult to accurately position a measuring instrument on.
Gloss can also be measured on these small and curved surfaces using the Rhopoint glossmeters, either the Rhopoint Novo-Gloss FLEX 60 or the Rhopoint IQ FLEX 20-S.
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