New UltraMix Color Formulation Software Upgrade!

February 11, 2014 at 6:00 am Leave a comment

ScreenHunter_113 Jan. 30 14.25We are pleased to announce that our UltraMix® Pantone® simulation color mixing software is now updated to meet the requirements of today’s ever changing electronic age.

For those unfamiliar with our online color formulation site, it’s our handy-dandy Pantone formulator for our UltraMix® 7500 Color Mixing System, UltraMix® 7500 Color Concentrate System, 9000 Nylon Color Mixing System, and the new Pigment Dispersion (PD) System.  So basically, using any of the above-mentioned color systems, you can input a Pantone® color value into the formulator and the software will give you the formula for mixing that particular color value.

Aside from a new look, you will see the following major changes:

  • The website will be in a new “responsive” format that will allow the software to function on tablets and other hand-held devices.
  • There will be printable formula guides (pdf format) for each of our color mix series and systems.
  • The site will load significantly faster than the previous version.
  • The new Pigment Dispersion formulations will be included.
  • All user accounts and custom formulas will be carried over from the previous version.
  • The old desktop downloadable version will still be available, but will not have the new Pigment Dispersion formulations included.  All your current log-in data will be moved over to the new site.

The updated UltraMix® software is now live, so be sure to check out www.iccultramix.com.

International Coatings manufactures a complete line of phthalate-compliant screen printing inks, including a wide variety of whites, specialty inks, special effects inks, color matching systems, additives and reducers.  For more information on our products, please visit our website at www.iccink.com.

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