Creating a top shelf product with the help of color

Creating a top shelf product with the help of color

Nix Sensor White on White Paper: Color control in the quality control process. Alcoholic beverages such as wine, beer, whiskey, scotch, and tequila are high-margin consumer products where color plays an important role in buying decisions in a store setting. This is because color is one of the few attributes that a customer can evaluate before a purchase is made. World leading beverage companies – as well as artisanal producers

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White on White Paper: Attogene

White on White Paper: Attogene

Communicating the Stories of Colour in Science: Formaldehyde testing in consumer products through colour measurement The Company: Attogene The Project: Formaldehyde testing in consumer products through colour measurement The Need: Rapid, accurate and affordable colour measurement tools. The Solution: The Attotector Detection Kit + the Nix QC Colour Sensor; creating a portable, durable and accurate way of measuring colour (without paper colour cards) and improving formaldehyde detection capabilities. To improve

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Powders – Case Study

Powders – Case Study

Producers in the food and beverage industry use many ingredients, spices, and additives that are in powder form. These powders have a long shelf life, meaning they are often shipped from suppliers around the world to a central processing plant. This also means that monitoring quality of ingredients is a major focus for those in charge of receiving shipments from suppliers. In particular, color needs to be confirmed at each

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Multi-point Averaging: Case Study

Multi-point Averaging: Case Study

Multi-point Averaging with the Nix Quality Control (QC) Color Sensor and App Not all products are uniform in color (See case study on building blocks). When measuring the color properties of a non-uniform surface, a colorimeter such as, the Nix Quality Control (QC) Color Sensor will “average out” the color located within its field of view – meaning, the colors captured within the device’s aperture are detected and averaged into

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Liquids: Case Study

Liquids: Case Study

From petrochemicals, to pigments, to beverages, the color characteristics of translucent liquids are often vital to a product’s performance in the marketplace. Alcoholic beverages such as wine, beer, whiskey, scotch, and tequila are high-margin consumer products where color plays an important role in buying decisions in a store setting. This is because color is one of the few attributes that a customer can evaluate before a purchase is made. For

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Solid, Opaque Surfaces: Case Study

Solid, Opaque Surfaces: Case Study

Many of today’s consumer goods are made of injection molded plastics. This injection molding process involves melting thermoplastic pellets, forcing molten liquid into a specialized mold to be cooled and hardened. Based on the customer’s specifications, the finished products need to all be of a precise, consistent color. Plastic building blocks are a perfect example of an injection molded product. These toys are loved by children all over the world. Part

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