What is Pantone?
Pantone colours are specific shades that can be easily matched or replicated. When you need an exact colour printed, it is best to use Pantone colours. Pantone is able to produce shades that CMYK is unable to produce, such as metallic and fluorescent colours.
What are the differences between Pantone and CMYK printing?
The main difference between CMYK and Pantone printing is the level of accuracy. The Pantone process is more consistent and it is able to produce colours closer in shade to the ones seen on the screen. Pantone printing may be more precise, sharp and consistent, however it tends to be more costly than CMYK printing.
If your artwork is in Pantone colour, and you print it in CMYK format, the colours being printed might come out differently from your artwork
Products we print with Pantone colours are:
Envelopes, Letterheads, NCR invoice book