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Matchprint

A prepress proofing system from Kodak Graphic Communications (http://graphics.kodak.com) based on inkjet technology. The package includes the software and inkjet paper that enables a variety of high-end inkjet printers (mostly Epson models) to produce accurate proofs. Kodak acquired the Matchprint brand name from 3M. See prepress proof.
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If The Registration, Trim And Print Quality Of The Delivered Product Are Not Of Equal Quality To, Or Better Quality Than, The Match Print And Blue Line Provided By The Contractor, The Park System
The accreditation also certifies that we are able to provide complex print techniques to companies who require bespoke projects, as we are able to match print perfectly across various substrates other than just paper.
Such a match print is not always necessary, VanSchoyck adds, but is still advisable.
round of color corrections), 1 full large format inkjet proof (LFI), 1 full match print (Fuji Final Proof or comparable preferred).
Process & trap files, 2 rounds loose color (includes one full round of color corrections), 1 full large format inkjet proof (LFI), 1 full match print (Fuji Final Proof or comparable preferred).
the base bid and one (1) cover match print and one (1) folded proof prior to press.
Our revised estimates show that digital textbook sales should match print sales by 2017.
Additional Features and Benefits of the Epson Stylus NX Series: -- BorderFree(R) photo printing -- Two-sided printing to save paper(2) -- Quick, high-quality scanning up to 2400 dpi -- Image enhancement tools such as photo restoration -- Automatic photo correction to quickly fix digital images -- One-touch red eye removal -- Photos and documents with instant-drying ink -- Standard and high capacity black cartridges available to match print volume needs
12 /PRNewswire/ -- Quad/Graphics -- the nation's third largest commercial printer -- announces that it will reduce its production capacity to better match print demand, which has softened due to changes in the economy.
The ability to exactly match print quality across a wide range of media gives users an edge in the competitive pay-for-print market when bidding on complex print campaigns.