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Brian Segnit of Xerox on the J75 and C75

Published on August 16, 2013

Brian Segnit of Xerox talks about the J75 and C75 presses, giving an overview of the features and functionality. Brian also talks about a new feature called SIQA, or Simple Image Quality Adjustment.

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By martin jones on Aug 19, 2013

So "calibrate the press automatically" is now xerox lingo for "linearize" or are we calibrating the RIP to the press, which is the industry understanding of the term "calibrate"?

And "Simple image quality adjustment" and "calibrate the press" (same terminology as used earlier for color correction) now also replaces the term "front to back registration"?

Xerox is such a worthy player in the industry and has such interesting technology. But why do they insist on hiding it in "doublespeak"?

 

By Brian Segnit on Aug 19, 2013

Hey Martin, Brian here the guy in the video! You are correct it is calibrate or linearize the DFE and press for color – on a J75 you do that automatically (or even set up a time that you want it done). For Front-to-Back registration what happens with SIQA you create a profile for the stock, and when that stock is called it actually changes how the laser interacts with that sheet – changing what it images on the sheet for f2b, skew, magnification, and perpendicularity. When you shoot those videos they do them at a trade show (in this case Graphic of America) and you don’t get a chance to review or reshoot – so more ‘informational than gospel’, sorry for any confusion. Feel free to drop me a line if you have any questions (brian.segnit@xerox.com). Regards, Brian

 

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