• January 26, 2019

Adjusting the gray balance of reproductions on various substrates and achieving the desired visual appearance has been one of the most essential and celebrated G7 accomplishments.

The G7 calibration is a specification and a calibration method that allows process control in any CMYK reproduction system and is a definition of the visual appearance of a grayscale. 

Rapid start-up and stable and consistent reproduction have never been easier. 

The efficiency and equipment throughput of any printing system depends mainly on external work done before the printing stage.  Rapid start-up, quick changeovers, and stable and consistent reproduction during production also positively impact OEE.

From a calibrated colour proof to the final printed sheet, it offers consistency, and it's relatively easy to implement. G7 reduces operation costs and speed-processing time and substantially positively affects quality and productivity. 

G7 at the heart of process excellence 

Process standardization during make-readies and production are essential steps for Lean Manufacturing minded organizations. The G7 Methodology is at the heart of this standardization process, with measurable results.

Implementation of the G7 Methodology

For evaluations and implementation of the G7 Methodology, or to obtain the international qualification of Master G7, contact us directly at 416 697 8814. 

The G7 Master qualification indicates that the company has equipment and systems precisely calibrated to produce gray balance and neutral tone curves and that proofs and printed products are consistent with G7 specifications.

“you can't manage what you can't measure.” Drucker