ColorMatching Process - Surface Controls


The Color Matching Process

Every object appears in the color of the wavelength it reflects most of all. Small differences between similar colors are hardly perceivable to the human eye. These slight distinctions can be caused by different compositions of colors.

Figure 1: Light with wavelength shares in homogenous dispersion. The red reflection superimposes the color difference between RED 1 and RED 2.

Daylight conditions can be simulated with our Color Matching Systems. To achieve this, ColorControlOptics (CCO) are activated using digital signals resulting in an optimum setting of the inspection light.
Depending on the sample under inspection, the most reflected wavelengths hereby are reduced to light waves which are used for illumination. This results in clear visualization of color differences which are normally superimposed. As a result, color flaws and color differences between workpieces or materials become clearly visible.

Figure 2: Light with wavelength shares reduced according to the color of the object. Clear color difference between RED 1 and RED 2.

Our Color Matching Systems can be used wherever maximum color match of different single parts and materials is essential.