Kodak Proofing Software Matchprint Inkjet can print in Reverse or Surface mode on clear film proofing media. Idealsolution recently ran tests comparing both print modes with white ink on on the Epson Stylus Pro WT7900 white ink proofer. Using Kodak Matchprint Inkjet Clear Media 4 mil, spectrophotometer measurements were taken and a Kodak ColorFlow print comparison report was generated comparing the Reverse print mode to the Surface print mode. As indicated in the diagram below, Reverse print mode has greater ink density and a wider colour gamut than Surface print mode.
If you are after the best results for packaging mock-ups when printing with white ink on the WT7900 proofer using Kodak Matchprint Inkjet Clear Media 4 mil, it is recommended that proofs are produced using Reverse print mode.
Kodak sponsored the North American trade shop locator in the July 2012 issue of Flexo Magazine (www.flexography.org). In addition to the sponsored pages, Kodak placed three full page advertisements on Kodak Flexcel NX and the Kodak Spotless Flexographic Solution.
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When Printworks Australia decided to upgrade its systems four years ago, it was a major seachange. The company made the giant leap from Excel spreadsheets to a fully fledged MIS from UK developer Accura. General manager Ben Freeman says it was a big step up. The new MIS, the first of its kind in Australia, enables the company to track quotes and provide consistent quoting.
Since bringing the MIS on board, Printworks added a W2P layer in 2011 for its offset, digital and wide-format customers. “We were only a three-person business when it was first installed, and I was the only user, but the challenge has been teaching others to use it.” The company now has 12 staff.
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Idealsolution sold a Kodak Flexcel NX mid format flexographic plate making system to iMSGroup. iMSGroup can promise global brands such as Unilever that it will hit consistent colour every time thanks to its new Kodak flexo CTP.
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