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  • Color Conversion HELP!!!

    I am desperately seeking to find the Pantone equivalent of RAL 9006 (aluminum color) is there anyone out there who can tell me what it is or know where I can find the answer? I'm desperate and not opposed to begging at this point.
    Thanks in advance,
    Corrina Lewis
    Columbus, OH

  • #2
    Hi Corrina, welcome to the forum.

    Give it a little while, I'm sure someone will be along to help you. In the mean time please don't post multiple posts of the same question.

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    • #3
      Sorry but I am desperate. Wasn't sure where to post it and where it would get the most attention. Thanks for the message.

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      • #4
        There is info about RAL 9006 and 9007 on the RAL site. I also found a little application they provide on their colors that includes web color codes. I'm on a Mac so I could only download 2.5 and it did not have RAL 9006.

        Here is a link to 3.0 for PC. Good luck.

        http://www.ral.de/en/ral_farben/downloads/index.php
        A little smilie goes a long way.

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        • #5
          RAL 9006 is "white aluminum" - I work for a lighting manufacturer and my boss has saddled me with the task of finding the Pantone equivalent... which has proven to be nearly impossible to figure out. UGH!
          http://www.ral.de/en/ral_farben/anwe...en_classic.php

          -Corrina

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          • #6
            How about Pantone 877 U? It's in the solid uncoated family... Don't know if that will help, but good luck to you.

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            • #7
              This is in Chezk or something but very basic tool
              http://www.avas.cz/nastroje/barvy/ral-classic.php

              I'm pretty sure it says there isn't a metallic PMS match for 9006.
              Very handy chart.

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