- April 01, 2010
FAIRFAX, VA | The SGIA is backing the G7 calibration method that enables screen and wide-format inkjet printers to produce a similar visual appearance across multiple printing technologies and substrates.
In 2008 SGIA and IDEAlliance, which retains the intellectual property of the G7 method, agreed to work together to enhance standardization and best practices in color management and workflow. G7 is a method of attaining a visual match between different imaging systems using simple one-dimensional curves for calibrating any CMYK imaging device.
According to Michael Robertson, president and CEO of SGIA, “This is an important step for SGIA. We're helping members employ calibration methods for screen and digital printing devices to meet the IS0 12647-2 printing standard.”
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