Optimizing Color Quality on Wide Format Devices (Seminar Session) (R43)

Type: Seminar
Date: 09/13/11 4:00 PM CT - 09/13/11 5:30 PM CT
Location: Chicago, IL United States
Web site: http://graph11.mapyourshow.com/5_0/sessions/sessiondetails.cfm?ScheduledSessionID=18A9CAC6

Fee: $125 (counts as 1 seminar towards a Value Package Plan) View Pricing


Speaker: Mark Bohan


Wide format devices open up many BIG opportunities and new marketplaces! Not only do wide format devices complement many other processes, the prints are often part of a much broader integrated marketing campaign. Caution: wide format devices have many unique characteristics that must be understood to get the most from them—and managing the color is one of these areas. What are the unique challenges, and more importantly the solutions? Join us and find out!

Room S405a 

You Will Learn:

  • What are the opportunities with wide format?
  • What is important in color quality for wide format?
  • What is unique to wide format
  • What is acceptable quality for the customer?
  • How to evaluate the performance of devices?
  • What tools can be used for control of the process?
  • Different strategies for color managing devices
  • Case studies from printers on their challenges and opportunities

Who Should Attend:
Production Managers, Color Specialists, Quality Managers, Digital Press Supervisors, Prepress Technicians

Business Categories:
Color Management, Digital Media, Digital Presses, Management, Sales and Marketing

Mark Bohan, Vice President, Technology and Research
Printing Industries of America

Dr. Mark Bohan is vice president, research and technology with Printing Industries of America. In his current role, he is responsible all technical research, graphic services, environmental health & safety, and is the TAGA Managing Director. He is also responsible for the development of the JDF product certification program for CIP4 and is coordinating the implementation of JDF-enabled products at Printing Industries. Dr. Bohan is active in an extensive range of printing, paper, and coating research. He has also been involved in many projects evaluating new technologies, their implementation, and in the application of functional materials using different processes. He has spoken extensively on many topics, including research, press optimization, systems integration, CIM technologies, and the opportunities they present.