Color management and process control are critical but often overlooked factors in wide-format printing. To learn more about how printers can improve efficiency, quality, and profitability through better color workflows, we spoke with Jordan Gorski, Executive Director of Idealliance.
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News & Updates
Learn how to support G7 across color profiling & print production from Claas Bickeböller, Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. Sensing and Techkon USA
Now available at printing.org, the new Color & Print Quality Technical Excellence center is now available. Future Idealliance updates can be found here as we continue our mission to innovate and support the industry across prepress, print production and graphic communications for optimal color and print quality
Learn about G7, how it improves your print production and graphic supply chain, and how to leverage this technology for optimal print alignment with G7 Experts Mas Crawford and Michael Nyman from Epson America Inc. at this upcoming webinar on September 25.
Print Properties Committee (PPC) and the Committee for Graphic Arts Technologies Standards (CGATS) gather for standards and working group collaboration.
This past week, Idealliance members of the Print Properties Committee (PPC) and the Committee for Graphic Arts Technologies Standards (CGATS) gathered at Fujifilm Graphic Systems in Chicago, IL, for standards and working group collaboration.
For many printers and print buyers, accurate color and the ability to match the proof are important. The goal of accurate printing seems basic and fundamental, but it is not as easy as it seems. Printers and their clients often complain about the challenges of matching color. While print today has moved much closer to manufacturing, perfect color is still not guaranteed.
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