2000 - DAY 3
Three seminars were
arranged for the last day of the exhibition
- Tarunjeet Sarao
- Mike Horsten
format imaging (LFI) and Colour Management there of was
handled effectively by Market Development Manager of HP India Ltd.
Mike Horsten of Color Gate Digital Output Solutions GmBH of
Hannover who have a RIP to drive the LFI device gave a brief
on the special features developed for the model. It has become
a fact that an image we are expected to reproduce does not
necessarily have a single destination. Because of the
diversity of application it might be put to and the diverse
devices we may have to use in the repro chain management of
colour becomes very important. It was discussed how colour
management relies on process control.
PDF, Apogee, Work Flow, CtoP for
- P.V Manohar
- Veronioque Sierens
Veronique Sierens presentation started with the mention of the
company’s involvement in developing the PDF format along
with Adobe way back in 1997. The 1997 Seybold Bulletin
predicted that PDF would be the future and it has come true
changed the documents are processed by using efficient,
reliable and compact PDF digital masters. In the workflow one
thing does not change the open prepress Interface OPI. A
server is a solution where files (Hires) can be centrally stored and freely accused.
Smaller LoRes files are used freely for position and reference
only in the documents to enhance the performance the of
workflow and the transfer over Ethernet. At the output stage
the LoRes files can be easily replaced by the HiRes just in
print solutions were offered by the Heidelberg India Ltd.
team of Vijay Pareek and Frederick John. The current
scenario in the printing industry is such that the customer
demands quality, competitive pricing, fast deliveries, one
stop solution all required to be performed with limited
inputs. All this has to be performed by the print provider with system from different
manufacturers, which may not necessarily match. The
printer has to bring to terms Prepress, Proofing, Plate
maker, Finishing, Special Finishing and laminator to one
another in order to satisfy his customer. Total print
solutions offered by Heidelberg encompass Prepress, Digital
Print, Quick Print, Commercial Print, Industrial, Packaging,
Newspapers, and Commercial Webs, Finishing solutions.
Prepress solutions offered were on network hardware such as
scanner, RIP stations, Proffers, Imagesetters, and Image
Manipulations stations. Quick print solutions offered were
with a Macintosh, a Quick setter, Quick Proofers all
connected to a quick master or GTO52 Press. Commercial print
solutions offered scanners and Macs connected by a delta
Technology to Prime setter and then to the Presses like SM52
and SM74. Cutting, folding and complete binding stations
having compatibility can be connected to the system online.
Digital Print solutions offered involved inputs received via
network through Delta Technology served to Quick Master 46DI
or Speed Master 74DI digital printers.