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"Since GPS has started using ProofSIGN and PressSIGN any doubt has been removed from proof to press colour management.
We now have confidence that our proofs are an accurate ISO 12647-2 colour reproduction of artwork, for both coated and uncoated stocks, and that they can be accurately matched on press.
We continuously utilise PressSIGN to monitor our press reproduction ensuring that we not only consistently conform to ISO standard but that we achieve an 'excellent' percentage pass. We find"...


Bryan McClay
GPS Colour Graphics-Belfast
United Kingdom


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Multicolour printing   Date: Monday 05 January, 2015


Wide Gamut Printing offers great savings for printers
Join 1 hour webinar to learn more

 Multicoloiur or Wide Gamut Printing Webinar Tuesday 20th January


Click on the link below to register for one of our one hour webinars on Multicolour Printing

Webinar A - 9 am UK Time,  5 pm Beijing Time, 2:30 pm New Delhi Time, 10 am Paris Time

Webinar B - 1 pm UK Time, 6.30 New Delhi Time, 8 am New York Time, 11 am Paris Time

Webinar C - 4 pm UK Time, 5 pm Paris Time, 11 am New York Time, 8 am LA Time.
 
It's easy to join, but you will need to have a microphone and speakers on your laptop or workstation to take part as all communication is via VOIP.
 
The time has come for printers to make significant savings by introducing Multicolour or Wide Gamut printing. Multicolour printing replaces the traditional 4 colour process and the addition of spot colours with a 6 or 7 process colour ink-set. 
 
The 6/7 colour ink set is often CMYK plus Orange & Green but the additional process can vary depending on the exact colour targets.
 
Multicolour printing offers savings in make-ready and wash-up times.
 
Pantone® first introduced Hexachrome® in the 1990’s and while a few adventurous printers tried it out it inevitably resulted in failure. At the time the additional technology necessary for successful multicolour printing was not there to support the process.
 
However the technology is now available to produce accurate proofs and control the press, including the tonal curves of the additional colours. 
 
Find out more about multicolour printing in our 1-hour webinars.
 
Register today for a place on one of our webinars.
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