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GMG FlexoProof sets new standards in the color management field with its FlexoProof software, which is specifically geared to the needs of the flexo and packaging markets.

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GMG FlexoProof

The proofing standard for the flexo and packaging markets

The product portfolio in flexo and packaging printing is characterized by far greater substrate and spot color diversity. Consequently, the demands on a digital proofing system are also higher in the packaging sector. GMG sets quality standards in this field with its GMG FlexoProof software, which is specifically geared to the needs of the flexo and packaging markets and creates color-accurate halftone proofs. The proof simulates any kind of substrate structures and spot colors.

Why a halftone proof?

In platesetting, parameters like screen, overprinting and trapping settings, as well as correction curves, have a decisive influence on the subsequent printed result. Should problems occur at this point, such as an unfavorable screen angle, incorrect trapping or overprinting settings, and also interpretation errors, this can only be detected at an early stage by means of a halftone proof created with the original imagesetter data.

GMG FlexoProof allows direct processing of 1-bit imagesetter data, so that they can be inexpensively proofed on inkjet printers, and errors detected before platesetting or the start of a press run.

The GMG FlexoProof XG (Extended Gamut) module is an additional option which enables users to make the most of the expanded color gamut of Epson Stylus Pro x900 and HP Designjet Z3200 printers. Far more spot colors can be simulated in a halftone proof.

Your benefits
  • optimal simulation of substrates
  • exact simulation of spot colors
  • increased production reliability
  • higher productivity
  • cutting costs, e.g. no imperfect prints, less paper waste

FlexoProof Advantages:

Production reliability due to screen control

The DotProof module in GMG FlexoProof processes not only industry-standard data formats, but also the original 1-bit data of the imagesetter RIP. These data are color-profiled, retaining the original screen information, and output in contract-proof quality. This allows dependable and timely checking, i.e. before platemaking, to detect any interpretation errors, incorrect overprinting or trapping settings, tonal breaks and moiré effects. In this way, the individual tone reproduction curves and dot gains of a wide variety of presses, or the occasionally coarse screens used in flexo printing, can already be reproduced in the proof.

Flexibility due to simple workflow integration

The GMG FlexoProof solution offers a high level of integration in numerous common workflows, such as Nexus from EskoArtwork. The separations of the imagesetter RIP are adopted automatically, colorinterpreted, and realized on the proof printer. After printing the proof, GMG FlexoProof automatically makes the data available to the workflow again for further processing.

ROOM concept saves time and money

A true ROOM concept (Rip Once, Output Many) is realized if the original imagesetter data are used. As a result, internal processes are optimized and synergistic effects created, since once-only data processing in the imagesetter RIP means that the processes are more tightly networked and throughput is increased. This has a direct influence on profitability.

Substrate reproduction

Individual substrate structures, such as paper fibers or corrugated board structures, can be created in the system and thus reproduced in the proof. The nature of the structures is irrelevant, be they paper fibers, embossed structures, corrugated board patterns or the like. Unfavorable printing conditions, such as printing on wood pulp paper, can additionally be simulated with the help of variable image noise. The effects of register variations can also be reproduced by GMG FlexoProof.

Extensive spot color functions

GMG FlexoProof supports all common spot color systems and processes up to 64 separations in one image. The HKS Library, the Pantone Formula Guide/Goe Library, and the DIC Color Guide are included in the scope of supply. The spot colors are stored in a central database that can be edited and expanded by the user. For proof output, a special algorithm is used to calculate the overprinting properties of the spot colors, which are reproduced in the correct colors as a result. This is particularly important for simulating duplex jobs, or when using color models, such as Hexachrome®. The opacity of the spot colors and the order in which they are printed can likewise be specified at will. White underprinting can be defined as a color of its own.

Since version 5.2, GMG FlexoProof features the new GMG ProofControl Inline module for fully automated proof verification for the new Epson Stylus Pro 4900, 7890, 9890 as well as the 7900 and 9900 proof printers with an integrated measuring device. See the options list to add the module before checkout!

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Variant N/A
List price $7,813.00
Product Actual Weight No
Physical Size (H x D x W) No
Computer OS Win XP (32 bit), Win Vista (32 bit)
Warranty Limited Manufacturer Warranty
RIP Features Automated Calibration, Spot Color Editing
Certified Color No
Epson Printers 4000, 7000, 9000, 10000, 4800, 7800, 9800, 10600, 4880, 7880, 9880, 11880, 7900, 9900
HP Printers 5000, 5500, Z2100, Z3100, Z3200,
Canon Printers No
Supported Color Measurement Devices i1iO, i1iSis, Spectrolino
ICC Version No


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