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When you look at colors on a computer screen, the colors are made according to a system that is similar to the way the human eye distinguishes color. This is the RGB (Red, Green, Blue) system. In the RGB system, all colors are derived from combinations of Red, Green and Blue. This system is an additive color system as colors are added to a black background on the monitor. However, printed inks are usually composed from two different systems altogether. Printed inks use either the CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) system or the PMS (Pantone Matching System).
The attached PDF file is our recommended starting point for you to find the best red pantone color that you are looking to print.  You may look for a different one that fits your preference, but we have came up with a few to help you get started.  Print this with Inkedibles inks, and find the best/closest match for the red you are looking to achieve, and then make slight changes to the Pantone RGB to fine tune it.

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