Detroit Colour Council Newsletter September 2009 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS Grain Trends & New Texture PRESIDENT Kurt Beyerchen Technology Nissan Technical Center N.A VICE PRESIDENT Z. Paul Czornij New textures are constantly being developed to meet the needs of an ever- BASF Corp changing market. Along with new grains, new technologies for developing and (acting) applying those textures are continuously evolving and improving. To present BOARD SECRETARY these new aspects of graining and to discuss what they mean for everyone Christie Navarre from OEM through the entire supply chain, the DCC has invited speakers Thierry Corporation from the major texture suppliers to our March presentation. This meeting will TREASURER inform and enlighten designers, engineers, material suppliers, molders, and Frank Pizzo colorists who have interest in texturing technology and effects. BASF Corp DIRECTORS Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2010 Larry DePaoli Uniform Color Company Place: Automation Alley Jeff Alspach 2675 Bellingham Dupont Troy, MI 48083 Craig Soubliere (248) 457-3200 EMD Chemicals Time: 12:00 PM Lunch and social hour Don Castle 1:00 PM Presentation followed by Q&A Chamberlain Associates Speakers: Ken Kaercher Paul Beymore Mold-Tech PPG Industries Chris Kelly Kathy Radvansky Tenibac James Hall, Jr. General Motors Corp. Cost: $20 per person Rick Knight PPG Industries Reserve your spot by contacting Kurt Beyerchen at firstname.lastname@example.org- Lesli Agcaoili usa.com or 248-488-4670. Ford Motor Company BOARD ADVISOR Membership applications for 2010 will be available William Longley Color Match Consulting Matching and Control of Metallic and Pearl Automation Alley Membership Drive 2010 is located in Troy, just a few minutes Colors from the I-75 freeway. PRICE REDUCTION! There’s still opportunity to take advantage of our 2010 Two for One Membership Deal. The nominal membership fee of $35.00 pays for administrative expenses and aids to education, since all board members are volunteers. unique For the tenth consecutive year DCC offers a As we are aware of the very difficult times our industry is now 2-day course in a hands-on format, MATCHING facing we are offering a membership incentive this year. For all employees signing up from within the same OF METALLIC AND PEARL AND CONTROL company we would like to offer 2 for 1 pricing. Pick up an application at this meeting or COLORS, in Livonia, Michigan Tues-Wed April 27- visit our website at www.detroitcc.org. 28, 2010. The course objective is to provide technical fundamentals for matching and maintaining color control for metallic and "effect" colors, including automotive components and non-automotive applications. It features proper visual metallic color match evaluation using defined-viewing-angle color protractors as well as use of multi-angle color difference measurement to meet the revised SAE J1545 recommended practice. Correlation of visual to measured data is studied from student projects with metallic color samples and parts, using portable daylighting and multi-angle spectrophotometer data. Class starts each day at 8:30 am and concludes at 4:30. Upcoming Detroit Colour Council The Livonia classroom site is a convenient drive from Events Detroit Metro airport. Nearby overnight accommodations are available. Our next presentation meeting in 2010 will be in May. Students are presumed to have some experience or Our topic will be related to color technology for leathers training in color technology although we will review and fabrics. basic fundamentals. Class is limited to 24 students. The course fee is $750 which includes course book, Look for future newsletters and the Detroit Colour continental breakfast, lunch and snacks each day, and Council website, www.detroitcc.org, for dates/places of all class supplies. our up and coming meetings. This is a DETROIT COLOUR COUNCIL course, Membership Drive 2010 not associated with any university. There’s still opportunity to take advantage of our 2010 Course administrator is Bill Longley, Color Match Two for One Membership Deal. Consulting. Also instructing are noted specialists in The nominal membership fee of $35.00 pays for essential aspects of metallic coloring, Lori Boggs of administrative expenses and aids to education, since all BASF, Rick Knight of PPG, Bob Santine of X-Rite board members are volunteers. As we are aware of the and color consultant Jim King. very difficult times our industry is now facing we are offering a membership incentive again this year. For all For more information contact course administrator employees signing up from within the same company we Bill Longley, 734-420-4920, email, would like to offer 2 for 1 pricing. Pick up an email@example.com or Jim Hall, 586-709-2606 at application at this meeting or visit our website at General Motors, email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please www.detroitcc.org. see www.detroitcc.org.
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