The new GMG ColorServer solutions contain the award-winning profiling technology GMG OpenColor, which is both simple and intuitive to use – even more so with GMG SmartProfiler. Custom profiles are easily created to allow for unusual paper tones or adapting to printing processes such as flexo print. Another advantage is the central colour database. The information stored here is not only used for data preparation, it can also be called up by GMG ColorProof.
‘We basically work very closely with our clients,’ said Peter Schoeffler, responsible Product Manager at GMG. ‘Customer feedback has shown that we can support users with different challenges much better with three tailor-made solutions. From now on, we are targeting the following market segments: conventional printing, digital printing with both CMYK and Multicolour presses, and we are addressing customers who print cross-process using spot colours – primarily from the packaging industry.’ GMG ColorServer delivers automation and consistent results for all three segments.
GMG ColorServer Digital is aimed at customers with digital four-colour presses. Large format users and customers who work in the low-volume packaging sector, in commercial digital or in personalised printing are addressed here. With the seamlessly integrated GMG SmartProfiler, digital printing machines can now be fingerprinted very easily. And thanks to the direct connection to GMG OpenColor, users benefit from the patented and award-winning profiling technology based on spectral measurement data.
GMG ColorServer Multicolor primarily addresses users in the packaging industry. Digital printing is becoming increasingly important here. Instead of using spot colours, brand colours must now be displayed with a fixed ink set.
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