Undercolor Removal


Also found in: Acronyms, Encyclopedia.

Undercolor Removal

In printing, the use of black ink instead of grey to reduce the amount of colored ink used.
References in periodicals archive ?
ColorFlow Workstation 2000 is aimed at desktop publishing, with various image editing and separation functions in a Macintosh application, including dot gain calibration, undercolor removal, gray component replacement, user-definable curve libraries, dot shape control and on-line densitometer.
Jack Levien had high praise for the paper's color work, but acknowledged he was eager to resolve some continuing problems there with calibration setup for line screens and undercolor removal.