Rhino Print Solutions has achieved G7 qualification, which is a printing-calibration target, used primarily between offset presses and proofing systems, established by IDEAlliance. G7 is built around the latest SWOP and GRACoL specifications, which allows for a close visual match between proof and press, as well as from press to press.
“We have always placed an emphasis on quality as a cornerstone of our business” said David Allan, President & CEO. “This is another milestone in our business plan to provide our clients with the very best in printed marketing materials.”
To achieve the G7 qualification, printing companies must work through on-site training processes, plate calibration, data analysis and colour alignment. Successful printers in the program are referred by IDEAlliance as a G7 Master Printer.
“The G7 process has a proven methodology using spectrophotometry to verify our proof and press sheets, increasing our colour matching confidence, this dramatically reduces make-ready times for all projects, and has improved our ability to meet and exceed our customer expectations.” adds Grant Bailey, VP of Prepress for Rhino.
Based in Richmond, British Columbia, Rhino also has manufacturing operations located in Calgary.
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