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IPAC GmbH located in Villach in Austria and since September 2016 member of the Fagus-GreCon Group is technology leader for color measurement of decorative surfaces.
2003 – 2006
Development of the Advanced Colour Measurement System (ACMS™)
2007 – 2010
Colour matching and certification for paper, foil and direct printing
2011 – 2015
ACMS™ – process tool for DQM and supply chain process optimisation for the decor paper printing industry
2015 - today
Implementation of a software solution for colour matching and quality control in the digital printing
Investigation of the demands in the packaging industry with first tests successfully completed.
Development of the Inline Colour Management System (ICMS) - first implementation Q3/2018
Products & Services
Advanced Colour Measurement System (ACMS™)
The hyperspectral color measuring system ACMS™ allows multi-colored decorative surfaces to be evaluated in the quality of the trained human eye and compare it with standards. ACMS™ provides the technical requirements for the introduction of digital quality management (DQM) and thus to replace the subjective color assessment with an objective measurement. The ACMS™ certificate has been successfully used by leading companies in the décor printing and the wood-based materials industry and has become an industry standard. Further application possibilities for ACMS™ are constantly being tested.
Inline Colour Measurement System (ICMS) - available Q3/2017
InPrint Munich Product Categories
- Inspection, Measuring & Testing Equipment
- Software for Workflow Automation
- Services for the Industrial Printing Sector
IPAC Improve Process Analytics and Control GmbH
All press releases for IPAC are listed in chronological order and can be downloaded as PDF or Word files.
19 September 2017
ColorGATE und IPAC geben Kooperation im Bereich der Inline-Farbmessung bekannt
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10 February 2017
Das EGGER Projekt
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10 February 2017
The EGGER project
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