prepress proofs

prepress proofs

[′prē‚pres ‚prüfs]
(graphic arts)
Proofs which are made by photographic techniques in order to avoid the expense of press proofs.
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The suite of products provides true brand color on the computer screen, in design mockups and prepress proofs, and on press, which Sun Chemical says virtually guarantees that customers will see the exact brand colors on store shelves.
Reps then view prepress proofs through the Internet and a compiled printing file goes straight to a digital press or prepress.