Light Proof Indicator from Bestcolor USA Verifies Proper Viewing Conditions
Press release from the issuing company
West Chester, OH, July 31, 2002 -- Bestcolor USA, the North American subsidiary of Best GmbH, has announced the immediate availability of the Best Light Proof Indicator, a calibrated patch which may be attached to proofs to ensure that viewing is being done in proper light. The calibrated patches developed and endorsed by the Graphic Arts Technical Foundation˜are available from any Bestcolor USA Certified Best Reseller.
In announcing the availability of the Best Light Proof Indicator, Mark Geeves, Bestcolor USA president, commented: “Color judgments should be made only using an industry standard, 5000 Kelvin light source. Use of the Best Light Proof Indicator facilitates proper communication between print buyers and print suppliers. Bestcolor USA recommends that a Best Light Proof Indicator be attached to every proof, and that proper lighting be verified before any color issues are discussed.”
Bestcolor USA is the North American subsidiary of Best GmbH, the premier manufacturer of inkjet proofing systems for graphic arts, design, photographic, and textile industries. Best GmbH was founded in 1994 and has 110 employees worldwide; Bestcolor USA was founded in 1998. Best is widely known for providing the most sophisticated, yet cost-effective, output control software for the digital prepress industry. More than 35,000 Best products are currently in use at customer sites around the globe.
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