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LVCG Achieves Master Printer Status

Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Las Vegas, NV – Las Vegas Color Graphics (LVCG) has solidified their standing as a leader in the printing industry yet again, with a recent achievement of G7 Master Qualification by IDEAlliance. LVCG is 1 of only 2 printers to have earned  the G7 Master Printer status in the state of Nevada.

G7 Master qualification indicates that Las Vegas Color Graphics has calibrated its equipment and systems to G7 gray balance and neutral tone curves and is capable of delivering G7 proofs and print products. G7 press calibration technology assures a visual match from proof to print on every press run.

It also is a symbol to print buyers and production managers that you can reliably work with several different G7 certified printers and achieve more consistent and predictable color across all your projects -- no matter where they are printed.

The G7 Master certification mark means the company "uses the most modern technology, techniques, proofing and press controls, and standards required to produce a close visual match from proof to print," according to IDEAlliance, which manages the specification and the qualification process.


"The G7 Master Printer status ensures our customers will benefit from the highest level of color management available and is the seal of approval that lets our customers know Las Vegas Color Graphics has successfully achieved the necessary training, testing, and auditing requirements. Print buyers, ad agencies, and franchise companies can be assured when purchasing marketing collateral or direct mail pieces that brand imagery will consistently remain the same throughout all projects."  - Tim Scheffler, CEO.




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