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Color proof

The control over processes helps us feel confident and stable as well as achieve the predictability in production.


The control of the printing process does not begin at the moment of starting the printing machine filled with inks, plates and loaded  with printing material. It actually begins at the moment of the first designer’s touch in the original layout. There exists a simple criterion used to rate the match level of our expectations about products design and printing equipment capabilities at the pre-press stage known as the digital screened color proof.


Color proof with the screening simulation, which uses an ICC profile of the printing system, allows determining the errors that are usually detected after the final printing, for example: wrong overprint, moire (occurs when several patterns overlap each other), errors in trapping, general view and color of areas printed in a secondary color (CMYK). This avoids the rejected material and additional cost for readjustment and it will fully justify time and money spent on color proof.


Our company has installed the newest large format printer А1+ Epson SureColor SC-P7000 that utilizes Epson UltraChrome HDX pigment inks with well-established Vivid Magenta ink formulation: Cyan, Vivid Magenta, Yellow, Black, Light Cyan, Vivid Light Magenta, Grey, Light Grey, Orange and Green.


Advantages of the updated color proof:


  • 98% of Pantone coverage.
  • High-quality image with superb color density, smooth gradations, perfect detail reproduction and accurate transfer of neutral color shades.
  • Brilliant black density.
  • High resolution of 2880 х 1440 dpi.
  • Printing on cut sheets, rolls and heavy paper of up to 1,5 mm.
  • Compatible with format A1 + (24 inches).
  • Two print modes with Black ink for matte and gloss media types.


Peek to the future of your print run by using a digital color proof!

Do you want to look into the future of your print run using digital proofing?