I have ordered my Pantone Formula Guide and it is in the mail, however, since Canada Post recently went on strike, I haven’t been able to receive it since there is no mail being delivered.
I am on a deadline to print my friend’s business cards and I have figured out which Pantone colours she needs, I just need the formulas.
If someone would be willing to look them up and give me the formulas, I would really appreciate it. The colours are:
Pantone 1925 U
Pantone Black 4
Pantone Black 7
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1925: 8pts Warm Red, 8pts Rub. Red
Black 4: 12 3/8 pts Black, 3 5/8 pts Or .021
Black 7: 12 7/8 pts Black, 3 1/8 pts 877
Thank you very much, Nando248! You have helped me out SO much.
I see that I can’t buy Orange 021 from Vanson. Is there a formula for that colour as well?
As fate would have it, I have a 5.25 lb can of offset PMS 021 (among a number of other PMS mixes) that I will sell for $10.50 + shipping.
LMK if you’re interested.
If it’s rubber based and will mix with my VanSon rubber based inks, that would be fantastic!
I need it by the end of next week and I am in Ontario, Canada.
Let me know! Thank you!
Sorry, it’s oil based offset…don’t know if that mixes with rubber based?
I know my supplier has Orange 021 in Van Son RB Plus, Ernest Green and Son, only in Canada though.
Emthree- thanks for the offer but it seems they won’t mix.
Paul - I ended up ordering it from Boxcar. Thanks for the note about the Canadian supplier though - it will save me a ton in duties and brokerage, in the future.
I have mixed oil and rubber often and had no problems . they will act more like oil when mixed so you can’t leave them on press overnight.