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Think Patented becomes G7 Certified Master Printer

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Dayton, Ohio – Think Patented of Dayton, Ohio, has become a G7 Master Printer Certified, recognizing its color management expertise and putting it in an elite group of graphic communications companies nationwide and the sole such designee in the greater Dayton market area.

Named a  G7 Master Printer, Think Patented is now qualified under the IDEAlliance G7 Masters program to use the G7 Proof-to-Print Process and produce proofs or print to G7 standards. The designation also certifies that the company operates at the top of its class by using the most modern technology, process controls, and highest standards to produce the best quality achievable in commercial printed products and assure a match from proof to print.

“Clients today have campaigns, not just single-print items, and it’s crucial that the proofs exactly match the specifications of the final products,” said Edie Sipe, Director of Electronic Prepress for Think Patented. “G7 is the new standard for printers around the world to precisely match work for client campaigns, no matter where they are printed.”

“Our commitment to the latest printing and color reproduction technology is evidenced by our G7 Master Printer certification,” said Niels M. Winther, Chairman of the Board and Managing Partner of Think Patented. “Working to this standard will guarantee quality on a consistently high level for each and every one of our clients, time after time.”

As a certified “Master Printer” Think Patented will be listed on the GRACoL (General Requirements for Applications in Commercial Offset Lithography) and IDEAlliance website in the Master Printers database, with a link to the firm’s website and contact information.




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