CMYK stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key (Black). It is a color model used in color printing, otherwise known as four-color process. In this model, colors are created by mixing different percentages of these four ink colors.
By varying the percentages of these four ink colors and overlaying them in different combinations, a wide range of colors can be produced in color printing, allowing for the reproduction of full-color images and graphics. CMYK is the standard color model for color printing, and it’s commonly used in various printing methods, including offset printing, digital printing, and color laser printing. it is the color process we use at Julin Printing!
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