G7 Calibrate and Verify G7 Grayscale Compliance with Fiery Color Profiler Suite

G7 Calibrate and Verify G7 Grayscale Compliance with Fiery Color Profiler Suite

This blog post was submitted by Color 2016 sponsor EFI

See how easy it is to pre-calibrate Fiery Driven(tm) print systems to G7 in the process of creating a custom output profile.

Fiery Color Profiler Suite Awarded G7 System Certification

EFI Fiery Color Profiler Suite was awarded G7 System Certification from Idealliance on May 20, 2016. The product is the first color-management toolset for cut-sheet digital print systems that provides G7 calibration, verification of G7 grayscale compliance, and output profiling integrated with a digital front end (DFE).

Integration with the DFE

Fiery Color Profiler Suite is the only integrated product on the market that calculates G7 correction curves and writes them directly into a calibration set on the Fiery DFE. This makes the G7 calibration process faster, easier, and less error-prone since it removes the need to manually load/input the correction curves or values.

Verify G7 Compliance and Create Profiles

The G7 workflow validates the results of the G7 calibration then guides you through creating a printer profile to work with the G7 calibration. This means users can achieve higher levels of G7 compliance, including G7 Targeted and G7 Colorspace, with a single, easy-to-use software product. No additional investment or training is required for third-party verification software, reducing system cost and operator time.

Fast Re-calibration

The calibration workflow creates a traditional Fiery calibration set that targets G7 compliance. This makes re-calibration from Fiery Command WorkStation(r) twice as fast as competing systems, because a traditional Fiery calibration patch target requires fewer patch measurements than a G7 P2P target. Reduced time spent calibrating the digital print system means better productivity and profitability for your customers.

Visit the Color Profiler Suite website for more product information. Be sure to visit EFI at the PIA Color Conference 16.