Canon imagePRESS C7011VPS Brochure
With this certification, PRISMAsync Color Print Server is recognized as the first closed loop full G7 first server printing of color that provides an integrated color profile and a G7 calibration method and system of electrophotography. Starting from the idea that calibration digital press should be a simple procedure that each operator can run, Canon is the first provider of digital media to implement this setting directly on the digital front end.
One of the key concepts of G7 is the idea of having a goal of calibration to achieve predictable printing results, allowing a much easier match test to print through substrates and different technologies. Printing these benefits of G7 calibration in their digital engines historically had to perform complicated steps to achieve a State of G7. This often requires the use of the creation of output profiles, specialized knowledge of the DFE and external software to achieve conformity of G7 in grayscale
With the PRISMAsync Color G7 calibration feature print Serveri it masks the complexity of G7 calibration for a digital device, allowing users to calibrate within minutes using a single procedure, wizard-driven directly on Canon imagePRESS console. These DFE-based tools do not require any additional investment in software, hardware, or training to end users means to help them achieve high standards of quality and color consistency and your digital press color in a short period of time, revenue generation potential with more printing time per day.
“Since the launch of the 2006 by Idealliance G7 methodology, technology partnershave created innovations to build-in G7 in the printing workflow. “Loop PRISMAsync process closed G7 calibration ranks as a key development in the evolution of our industry leading print quality and validation program“, said David J. Steinhardt, President and CEO of Idealliance. “Idealliance applauds Canon U.S.A. for their foresight in developing the capacity and their collaboration and commitment to our industry.”