The color bar is a band divided into stripes, usually printed on the edges of the printed sheets. The color bar allow printers to make sure of the fine quality of the print, also the density of each printed color.
It’s characterized by the presence of the four-color process colors: cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK).
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