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Digital color prepress.

Digital color prepress.

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Published by Agfa-Gevaert in Mortsel .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesDigital colour prepress., The secrets of colour management.
ContributionsAgfa-Gevaert.
The Physical Object
Pagination33p. :
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18476383M

• HP Photosmart Pro B 8 Color Proofing Printer • Adobe PostScript Level III RIP • Agfa Epson COLOR Digital Proofing • Electronic Stripping Department • Conventional Stripping • Complete bound book proofs. Book Printing Equipment • Offset Printing • Digital Color and Black & White Printing • Letter Press Printing • Web. Printing & Prepress Basics How to translate your ideas into printed projects with a printer. Four-Color Process Printing Offset lithography is a process that uses a combination of four process colors, cyan, magenta, yellow, and black, generally noted as CMYK, to produce full-color images. Spot colors, standardized by the.

Combining UV inkjet and dry toner technology perfectly in a successful digital label printing business. Arti-Bau adds Xeikon's UV inkjet solution Polish label producer Arti-Bau adds Xeikon's UV inkjet solution, the Xeikon PX, for increased flexibility.   Full name: ISO Graphic technology - Prepress digital data exchange using PDF: Description: PDF/X is a family of ISO standards for constrained forms of the PDF_family of format specifications, designed for prepress digital data exchange. According to the PDF/X FAQ by Martin Bailey, "The aim for designers is to provide a digital content file that they can be confident will .

A contract proof usually serves as an agreement between customer and printer and as a color reference guide for adjusting the press before the final press run. Most contract proofs are a prepress proof.. The primary goal of ' proofing ' is to serve as a tool for customer verification that the entire job is accurate. Prepress proofing (also known as off-press proofing) is a cost-effective way. Your computer uses a color space called RGB to produce the colors you see on your screen. A printing press uses a color space called CMYK to produce similar colors using just four colors of ink: cyan, magenta, yellow and black, also know as 4 color process. When you send your files to a commercial printer, they must be in the CYMK color space.


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