Digital Proof Systems: Are Sublimation Devices Compatible With ISO 12647-2 Standard?
As a first preliminary work, densitometric measurements are made on a set of typical offset primary inks on two different papers. A second set of experiments leads to the densitometric and colorimetric characterization of the analog and digital proofers. It is recognized that there are no significant deviations among the digital devices. By considering the color gamuts of all the systems in the L*a*b* space, we show that their calibration slightly lower their performances, but the main result is that these performances largely fullfill the requirements of the ISO standard for offset printing.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1999-01-01
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