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    Banned anton is on a distinguished road
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    someone have the tutorial?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anton View Post
    someone have the tutorial?
    I think that the only tutorial is the question point that you see on the program.

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    Hi-Fi printing is a technique for printing high-quality jobs.
    which increase in the number of colors than traditional 4 color printing process (CMYK)
    such as 6-color printing techniques (Hexachrome), etc.
    The advantage is extends gamut of color prints.
    The saturation of the colors are more vibrant.

    two color added for print = green (G) and orange (O) ... or blue with orange.
    Based software system designed specifically for colors separation
    such as Hexaware (is a plug-in for Adobe and Corel Draw10 and up)
    through the Profile and reasonable Rendering Intent
    and the angle the screen as follows
    Cyan 15 * Magenta. 75 * Yello 0 * Black 45 * Orange 15 * Green 75 *.

    There are also other interesting techniques for hi-fi printing
    such as
    MaxCMYK means printing CMYK + CMYK through software Dupont Hypercolor
    and Opaltone (CMYK + RGB) for 7 color printing.

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    maybe today it would be i1 profiler from xrite?

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    I1Profiler become a good solution for n-Color profile building. But it can build CMYK+n (up to 4) profiles only. ProfileMaker is more convenient, cause it doesn't matter what channels You want to include. And it is capable of building up to 10 channel profiles.

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    Hexware for Indesign CS6

    I am working on a book to print in Hexachrome. I have no prior experience with hexachrome printing. I need to find a Hexachrome plug-in for InDesign CS6 or CS4 for Windows. Is there such a thing?

    Also I would like to find a reputable company experienced in Hexa printing.

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    thanks for info

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmyk075 View Post

    two color added for print = green (G) and orange (O) ... or blue with orange.
    Based software system designed specifically for colors separation
    such as Hexaware (is a plug-in for Adobe and Corel Draw10 and up)
    You mentioned that Blue and Orange can be used instead of G+O. If that is true, can it be used on offset book printing? I am interested in this concept because I am designing a book for an artist who use a lot of blue colors, and it was impossible to accurately reproduce his blue colors on normal CMYK books. So I am seriously interested in Hexachrome printing, specifically if a custom Blue color can be substituted for green. But I thought that the 6 colors of the offset Hexachrome was specifically formulated set with strict balance to work effectively. Changing one of those colors or even swapping the Hexachrome Cyan with a normal 4 color Cyan could cause degradation of the print quality. Please convince me if I am wrong.

    I also would like to find such place where they can print with Hexachrome (CMYK+Blue+Orange) if such places do exist.

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