Color/Quality Control - Software
File errors are one of the biggest workflow cripplers in the printing industry.
Pantone LLC announced that CMYK Coated and Uncoated Guides will now be available printed using G7 calibration, making them achievable at almost any print provider in the world.
To achieve color consistency across multiple platforms, you must understand the color capabilities of each device, its inherent color gamut, and the impact of the substrate. Then calibrate and/or color manage the device(s) to a shared common appearance condition.
Since implementing G7 methodology, Elif, a flexible packaging printer with locations in Istanbul and Cairo, has seen significant improvements in color quality and consistency.
With GMG ColorBook, GMG provides a sales tool for printers who want to physically demonstrate their color competence in digital printing before an order is placed. In addition, GMG ColorBook establishes a building block for reliable color communication.
As a printer, making sure your customer is happy is a top priority. Print buyers — your customers — care about what the final product looks like and if the correct colors have been printed. And that is one of the biggest reasons G7 is important.
These multi-day, live training events equip participants with the knowledge, experience, and ability to implement and manage G7, color management, and process control across all four-color (CMYK) print technologies.