Keep Printer Variance to a Minimum
Do you have insight into the color variance happening on each of your printers? How close are two same make and model printers for color? Can I spread my job across both printers? On the last campaign, how close did we match the client's brand color? Did the job match the previous campaign shipped?
No two printers image color the same. A fundamental reason for color calibration is to minimize the color variance between printers. But how much variance is acceptable? Is there a way to quantify if the color will be close enough across several printers? Led by color management expert Dan Reid, President of RPImaging, Inc., the session “Managing Customer Color Expectations: Tracking Printer Color Variance” will delve into the necessary metrics to quantify color variance and explore the various methods and tools available to track this variance over time. This critical presentation for anyone involved with managing printer color control will take place Wednesday at 3:00 pm in Room C146.