Hexachrome, also referred to as CMYKOG, is a six-color printing process trademarked by Pantone Inc. The print process utilizes cyan, magenta, yellow, black, orange and green inks as suggested by the acronym. By including orange and green, Hexachrome creates a more extensive color gamut; in turn, lending itself to reproducing more accurate prints than standard CMYK processed color.

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