GMG is partnering with Epson at Labelexpo Europe 2009
GMG's focus at the show will be on its innovative color management solutions for the packaging industry in conjunction with the 24" Epson Stylus Pro WT7900 printer which will be shown for the first time at Labelexpo. The new inkjet printer features the world's first white aqueous ink for packaging proofing and sample production. A 9-color Epson UltraChrome HDR (High Dynamic Range) ink set is used to produce a wide color gamut and accurate spot colors. The new water-based white ink enables the Epson Stylus Pro WT7900 printer to deliver the high density white tints and accurate overlays needed for packaging proof applications.
The latest version of proofing software GMG ColorProof o5 supports the new Epson printer in terms of producing high quality contract proofs according to GMG's renowned quality standards.
Of course, all visitors of the Labelexpo Europe 2009 are welcome to ask for general information on the whole product line of GMG.
GMG GmbH & Co. KG
The software company founded in 1984 and located in Tuebingen, near Stuttgart, Germany, has a worldwide distribution network with local presence in France, Spain, Benelux, Nordic, the UK, Asia and the Americas. GMG has specialized in high-end color management for the entire graphic arts industry. Today, more than 9,000 systems have been sold across the industry spectrum from ad agencies, prepress houses and offset printers to newspapers, flexo converters and international gravure printing plants. In fact, the GMG ColorProof system has become the de-facto standard of Europe's extensive gravure printing industry.
About the GMG family of products: GMG ColorProof, a color management software system, provides the most accurate way of calibrating digital inkjet proofing engines to produce digital contract color proofs, precisely matched to the printing press. GMG DotProof® enables users to generate contract quality halftone proofs, using the original bitmap data of the output RIP. Specifically tailored to the needs of the packaging industry is GMG FlexoProof, which supports specific flexo file formats and includes a complete Pantone® spot color library, along with other functions. GMG ColorServer is a tool for automatic color conversions - CMYK-to-CMYK, RGB-to-CMYK and RGB-to-RGB - for more efficient workflows. GMG InkOptimizer automatically reduces chromatic colors, thus providing cost savings by reducing unnecessary ink usage, along with better print stability on press. GMG ProofControl is the ideal solution for instant, color-accurate verification of proofs. GMG PrintControl is one single software for standardizing the press from start to finish. GMG RapidCheck is a verification tool to control the printing process at a click of the mouse. GMG Media is a range of proofing-specific papers and films for the most popular inkjet printers. They are manufactured to high tolerances for color critical applications, available in a range of sizes.
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