IDEAlliance Awards Walsworth-Ripon Top Level G7 Colorspace Master Qualification for 2020
Ripon received the top level G7 Master certificate of qualification from the International Digital Enterprise Alliance (IDEAlliance). This latest designation includes renewal of G7 Colorspace certification.
The G7 Master standard is a facility qualification provided by Idealliance. This qualification demonstrates that a printing facility has calibrated its equipment to G7 requirements. Three levels of compliance include the fundamental G7 Grayscale, G7 Targeted, and the most stringent: G7 Colorspace.
The G7 Master Qualification is intended for physical facilities that offer print, premedia or creative services. G7 Grayscale confirms a facility's ability to produce neutral gray tones. G7 Targeted includes neutral gray tones but also ensures primary and secondary solid inks match industry-standard specs. G7 Colorspace includes the requirements of the previous levels plus maintaining tight tolerances throughout the color space.
Facilities are issued compliance after meeting the requirements of one, two or all three levels of evaluation. Walsworth - Ripon was part of a select group meeting all three levels.
“Qualifying once again for the top level G7 Colorspace Master Qualification is a tribute to our premedia team and a great benefit to our customers,” says Julie Newhouse, general manager of the Walsworth-Ripon facility. “This qualification helps assure the color standards that today’s brands require.”
The main customer benefits of the G7 Colorspace Master Certification are the assurance of Walsworth - Ripon being able to maintain the tightest tolerances throughout the entire colorspace and having the ability to consistently reproduce the entire colorspace. It represents a uniform color management process and a commitment to continuous improvement.
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