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The ISO is an international independent non-governmental organization with members from national associations worldwide. 126477-7 specifies criteria for the certification of proof systems and proof production. The publication of the new revision The revision is thus no longer valid and from now on a proof has to be verified according to the new ISO standard.
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A proof certification, based on the target values and tolerances defined in the new ISO standard, is now possible at Fogra. Proof with proof label according to old ISO Proof with proof label according to ISO Here you can read all answers. What are the important aspects of the new ISO 1264-77 and how should they be considered in my production?
New ISO standard for proof prints. What does the new ISO standard What is changing on my proof? What changes on my proof label? Do I need new proof standards for my GMG software?
Are proofs which have been passed according to the new ISO standard automatically also deemed passed according to the old standard? What happens with user-defined proof standards after the update to the new version?
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Are there also new control strips, or can I continue to use my existing control strips? Which reference values are used for spot color verification? Can existing proofs be verified according to the new ISO standard retrospectively?
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