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PMS

abbreviation for PERSONAL MEDICAL SERVICES.
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The ampoules can also be decorated in any Pantone Matching System color, and text print is available in up to three colors.
This company is said to offer precision custom molding of robber materials in a wide spectrum of colors, including Pantone Matching System, standard black, plus matched colors to customer provided sample parts.
Developed by Innovative, the ICS process can simulate approximately 600 different Pantone matching system (PMS) colors while utilizing only six primary colors.
Printing in spot color means the only color that can show up is the chosen Pantone Matching System (PMS) color or a screen percentage of that color.
Lawrence Herbert, Pantone president and CEO, developed the Pantone Matching System in 1963, revolutionizing the graphic arts industry with a system for selecting, communicating and controlling the use of color in products world-wide.
This valuable feature is an ideal fit for color-critical environments that rely on the Pantone Matching System.
The company develops and molds custom rubber parts in a range of materials and a full spectrum of colors, including those in the Pantone Matching System.