FESPA Coffee Break: Process Control - How to set up effective colour workflows to save money!
The webinar is hosted by FESPA's Technical Manager, Graeme Richardson-Locke. In this discussion we’re pleased to have the support of Toby Burnett, Director EMEA & Americas at PrintFactory the print workflow software developer and Paul Sherfield, owner of The Missing Horse Consultancy who specialise in setting up digital workflows in the Printing and Pre-Media industries.
Saving money comes from planning and implementing colour workflows that ensure predictable results for any media at any time. We touch on the essential tools required for inkjet printing, from PDF-X files, display screens, colour management in Adobe, standardised viewing conditions and measuring colour for media profiling that allow you to guarantee results so that your colour workflow meets your customer needs.
Areas that are covered include how to improve your process controlled workflow, how to improve customer files, screen, desktop software and print viewing conditions, colour management in DFE digital front end/RIP) and the importance of device profiles and print quality assessment and validation.
Time to achieve net zero
Laurel Brunner advises businesses to make us of ISO Net-Zero Guidelines which features various recommendations and guiding principles regarding achieving net-zero carbon dioxide by 2050.
Interior Décor Market Insights, Technology and Trends
The digitisation of the Interior decoration industry is advancing in line with key market trends across the sector. As the supply chain flexes and shifts to meet a new manufacturing paradigm for decoration – that is: business models that deliver creativity, stability and agile fulfilment. The interiors industry is shifting to on-demand production and offers the print industry a viable and expanding opportunity.
Climate and biodiversity COPs 2022
The end of 2022 saw two Conferences of the Parties (COPs): 27 for climate and 15 for biodiversity. Both different topics, very closely entwined, with one common problem – our planet is being damaged by our activities. The solutions are very simple: do less of what’s causing the problem and more to put it right.