Need A Pantone Processing Printing Company In Toronto?

We Use The Pantone Matching System (PMS) For Pantone Processing Spot & Solid Colour Printing!

Pantone Processing colours initially come from a palette of 14 colours and each of those is then mixed according to the Pantone system's unique ink-mixing guide.

It is in the precision of the mixing that makes the Pantone Processing system truly special and the inks used are created by licensed manufacturers, resulting in a consistent matching system.

You also might have heard it referred to in the past as 'spot' and 'solid' colors.

Each colour comes in a coated or uncoated version and has its own number, so with more than 1,100 colours, each combination is unique and cannot be replicated any other way. There is a reason why the Pantone system exists and this is it - it can't be matched by the standard 4-colour system (CMYK) and the colours are truly distinctive.

Use of this system in the printing industry used to be a lot more widespread, however not as many companies use it any longer. Even in Toronto, it's not always easy to find printers who have it readily available.

Why would / should you use the Pantone Matching System (PMS)?

Whenever you need to have an exact match of a colour - like a big brand or fast food restaurant logo, for example - you want to be able to ensure that it will look the same no matter which environment it is being viewed in.

Computer monitors are all different, as are printing presses, and it is nearly impossible to get the exact same result from different processes. This is why the Pantone system is about as close to perfection as you're going to get.

Examples showing why a company might use Pantone Processing:

  • Logos & Branding
  • Coverage
  • Consistency
  • Colors Outside Of CMYK

Does Cheap Pantone Processing Exist?

Not really, but we definitely try to keep the costs reasonable for you.

Pricing for Pantone Processing varies, depending on the amount of ink needed, mixing, layout of the printing project and a few other factors. Pantone printing is considered to be a more 'specialized' service in the printing industry and we would need to discuss your particular needs prior to quoting an amount.

If your printing project needs specific colours or an exact match, Pantone Processing is the way to go.


*** Please note that pricing is approximate and subject to change without prior notice.