WEBINAR: Achieving Common Visual Appearance Across Print: Leveraging G7® Across Multiple Print Platforms
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With Special Insight from Ricoh’s Paul Happ & Michele Hadjopoulos, learn how Ricoh Leverages G7® based calibration across their print technology for the common visual appearance required by leading print buyers, brands, and the most capable print service providers.
Join us live for a conversation about the inherent visual differences across print technology, and how this is overcome with Ricoh’s use of G7 as an aligning calibration methodology for visual consistency, regardless of print application and how they support leading print manufacturers, print buyers and brands who demand this visual consistency based on G7 gray balance (near-neutral) and tonality, the foundation of the most widely used print alignment specification, G7, by global the global print supply chain. Learn more at this upcoming webinar!
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- While women are making up an increasingly larger portion of the print industry, the long history of it being a male-dominated field has not been forgotten.
- Kelsey Fields, Idealliance’s Program Manager, will be speaking with women at different points in their career to learn what they’re doing to advance the industry and how their participation with Idealliance has supported them in doing so.
“It will be exciting to see the direct-to-garment industry continue to grow and evolve to best serve its customers who demand consistent, aligned color and branding, regardless of the printed product.”
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