SPOT COLOR SEPS




Spot Color is used to separate colors that are not to be mixed. In this case, each spot color is represented by its own ink, which is specially mixed. When a design has very basic, solid color fills that are easy to identify, we refer to the separation type as spot color. A spot color will match specific colors in an image and will often be set to a Pantone solid color. In addition to even better coverage over dark garments, spot colors offer more consistency while printing and between print runs. Advantages: Inks can be opaque or semi-opaque / Offers best coverage and color matching on both light and dark substrates. Disadvantages: Requires the most screens for a full color image