Dhr. Geert Van Cleemput
Dhr. Maurits Adriaenssens
€ 550,00 / person (excl VAT)
Cancelling is possible up to 2 weeks before the seminar - before the 16th of March 2021.
When you do not cancel in time, € 50 (excl. VAT) administration fee will be invoiced.
Looking for a better understanding of colour difference and tolerance? Any questions concerning sample handling and presentation? This year we organize a hands-on seminar.
This year we are organising a seminar, combined with a practical workshop.
It is required to have followed the seminar 'Colour & Appearance' in order to participate at the seminar 'Colour Measurement: Tolerances & Sample Handling'.
Costs are exclusive VAT: € 550 (excl. VAT) – special price: € 935 (excl. VAT)
Special price (= inscription seminar ‘Colour & Appearance’ + ‘Colour Measurement: Tolerances & Sample Handling') is only valid when you register for both seminars at the same time!
Lunch as well as course material are included in the costs.
During this seminar, we discuss and present different ways of handling, presenting or preparing samples to have an efficient colour measurement.
It is always an option to bring your own reference and some samples. Please inform us in advance.
- Sample preparation
- Influence of gloss or turbidity
- Solutions for limited sample quality or size
By using the tools on your workstation - a light booth, a PC with software and spectrocolorimeter - we will test the theory into practice. We start with a visual test and connect your visual evaluation with the instrumental analysis by using different colour difference formulations and an acceptability test. With an individual test, we will determine and demonstrate which test is most performing and in accordance of the visual judgment.
- Comparison of colour difference calculations
- dE CMC; dE00; dE*76
- Colour difference versus tolerance
- Hands-on training
- Evaluation and interpretation of results
Extra: Possibility to bring your own reference with samples for colour measurement. Please inform in advance.
Before starting this seminar, it is required to have followed the seminar 'Colour & Appearance'.