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Idealliance® Awards Digital Press Certification and ISO/PAS 15339 System Certification to Konica Minolta for the AccurioPress C4080/C4070
Konica Minolta achieves globally recognized standards in printing and packaging for the third time for each certification.
The new version of the Expanded Color Gamut (ECG) Characterization Target and Kit contains additional charts, documents, and information to better help users calibrate to 7 Color process.
New Online Training and Certification Course from Idealliance: Print Quality eXchange (PQX®) Expert
Learn from Idealliance G7® Expert Trainer Mark Bohan as he describes what the G7 Expert training will be like, broadcasted from the Konica Minolta Client Engagement Center, and tells you what to expect during the class.
With the onset of inkjet proofing and production devices, as well as grand format devices, we are now capable of printing in a color gamut that is much larger than our traditional offset presses. These devices are able to reproduce special colors out of the traditional CMYK color gamut, whereas an offset press would have to add a special ink to achieve this.
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