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GMG and Epson plot proofing showcase

Colour management software solutions developer GMG is to join forces with print heavyweight Epson to showcase the power of its solutions at this year’s edition of Labelexpo Europe.

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GMG will showcase a number of its colour management products in partnership with Epson at the event

Taking place at Brussels Expo in the Belgian capital, the event will welcome visitors from across the industry. Many of the market’s major names will be in attendance in an effort to take advantage of interest in the event and showcase how their solutions can help visitors boost their production process.

GMG will partner up with Epson at the event to demonstrate how its products can be used to deliver accurate colour proofs for labels and packaging. On the Epson booth at the show, GMG will produce high colour quality packaging proofs on a host of different materials such as transparent film.

Proofs will be produced on the Epson Stylus Pro 4900 and Stylus Pro WT7900 proofing printers, as well as a new proofing printer that is due to be unveiled at the show.

Products due to be demonstrate at the show include GMG ColorProof combined with GMG OpenColor, which GMG says allows users to produce accurate inline proof verifications using high-end multi-colour profiles.

Also being showcased at the event will be GMG FlexoProof, a colour proofing and calibration application that GMG says has been designed for the requirements of the packaging and label printing industry.

GMG also intends to display GMG DotProof, which can create colour-accurate halftone proofs to contract proof quality by predicting what will happen during plate exposure and on the offset printing press.



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