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G7® Digital Press Operator Training Program - October 2013

G7® Digital Press Operator Training Program, presented by Printing Industries of America, a training program endorsed by IDEAlliance

October 8-9, 2013

 

Overview

You’ve attended the IDEAlliance G7® Expert/Professional Training program and received the all-important G7 Certification.

 

This additional training goes far beyond theory. It is the hands-on implementation of the G7 specification (TR015), and is specifically designed for digital press operators, managers, and consultants. This in-depth training program will explore all of the practical applications of executing and maintaining the conditions required for a successful G7 implementation within your digital printing operations—and more specifically—on particular pieces of equipment including toner-based presses and wide-format flatbed inkjet devices.

 

This two-day workshop takes place in the Printing Industries of America’s state of the art prepress and digital printing laboratories. You will receive intensive, detailed hands-on instruction to get you completely knowledgeable on how to implement the techniques listed below. Upon successful completion of the program, you will receive a G7® Digital Press Operator's certificate of completion by Printing Industries of America, endorsed by IDEAlliance.

 

Note: Because this training program is very hands-in in nature, class sizes will be limited. Please register early to avoid any disappointments!

 

You Will Learn

  • Printing standards, specifications, and guidelines: What’s the difference?
  • TVI and gray balance—what it is and how to measure it
  • The considerations of various output devices and media types including both toner-based and wide-format flatbed inkjet devices
  • The need to address workflow architecture and file structure
  • How to navigate several digital front-ends (listed below) using the G7 methodology
  • How to adjust for non-standard substrates by applying substrate correction metrics as outlined in ISO 15339
  • Maintenance and calibration requirements on both toner-based and wide-format flatbed inkjet devices for maintaining a successful G7 environment
  • How to validate the print run, ensuring that your output is within tolerance

 

Equipment/Software Used in this Class:

  • Konica Minolta bizhub PRESS C8000 digital press
  • Oce’ Arizona 360 GT Wide Format Inkjet Flatbed Printer
  • Ricoh Pro C901 digital press
  • Xerox iGen3 digital press
  • Color Think Pro
  • ColorPort
  • Command Workstation with EFI Fiery RIP
  • CREO Color Server
  • Curve2™ Software
  • Onyx Production House
  • XRite i1 Publish

 

Who Should Attend

  • Digital press operators
  • Managers of digital press operations
  • Prepress technicians
  • Prepress managers
  • Production managers
  • Consultants

 

Workshop Fees

$795 for Printing Industries of America Members

$1195 for non-members

 

Workshop Location

Printing Industries of America headquarters, Sewickley (Pittsburgh), PA

 

Workshop Leader:

Dave Dezzutti, Technology and Research Analyst and G7 Certified Expert, Printing Industries of America

 

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Published on Monday, January 21, 2013 (updated 05/30/2014)

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