Date: April 21-22, 2020
Course Fee: $975
Location: Boone Hall, Ypsilanti, MI
Instructors: S. Kendall Scott and Allen Brown
Provide fundamentals of visual color match evaluation and color measurement for industrial color control. Teams use a spectrophotometer and portable Macbeth lighting on projects that demonstrate proper lighting, observer testing, objective terminology for color difference and determination of tolerances. Teams analyze measurement data of the same industrial samples to study correlation of visual to measured results.
Who should attend?
Typical students are lab and quality control technicians, salespeople, marketing specialists, designers, color matchers and production supervisors. Some work in coatings, plastics and textile industries, some in the auto companies and others in companies that produce composite assemblies, especially for the automotive industry.
What you will learn