like camouglage. It is industry regulation to select the color for bracelet and logo via the Pantone Color chart. So what is Pantone and how many colors we can choose from , let me give answer as follow. The Pantone is the international standard color chart and color authority famous around the world. It is widely used in printing, textiles, plastics, grajac vanek rubber braceletphics, digital technology and other fields as international standard language for the exchange of color information. The Pantone is an authoritative standard for selecting, determining, matching and controlling ink color with color number and color mixing formula of more than 1000 colors. When you choose a pantone color for the bracelet then the engineer will mixed the color according to the formula of color chart. Add the mixed color to the silicone then a bracelet of your color completed. Comparing the bracelet with the color chart to see if it is the right one is the direct way to check it. montre-homme-bracelet-siliconecustomized-rubber-bracelets l one with the color silk printed on the band. It feels plain and smooth. It is suitable to design a colorful logo with the technology of overprint of tiny deviation. But the color logo will be easier fade away than the debossed inkfil one. Different logo can be printed by different method. The regular printing technology is silk print and Overprint. The ink is transferred to the substrate through the graphic part of the mesh via the extrusion of thejac vanek rubber bracelet scraper. The formation of the logo as the original text comes. That is the silk print. The advantage of silk print is that simple equipment, easy operation, easy printing platemaking, low cost and strong adaptability required. If the logo is of more that one color and the colors stand together , then the overprint works. In the printing and dyeing industry, several colors need to be printed on the product , that is so –called overprint. The overprint color sequence should be made according to the features of the inks and the Superimposition rule so as to make the color of the printing close to the original.