GMG DotProof. The digital halftone proof that's much more than a contract proof

GMG DotProof

GMG DotProof creates color-accurate halftone proofs to contract proof quality

If they are caused by unfavorable screen angles or incorrect trapping and overprinting settings, many unsightly printing results can only be detected and avoided in time with a halftone proof.

That halftone proof must be created with the original 1-bit imagesetter data. GMG DotProof predicts exactly what will happen during plate exposure and what will happen on the printing press. At the same time, screen angles, screen ruling and dot shape are fully preserved. GMG DotProof delivers absolute color accuracy with full data integrity.

GMG DotProof is also indispensable in printing processes using coarse screening, due to the real visual impression being significantly influenced by the screen ruling. Without color-accurate halftone proofing, a reliable prediction of the printing results is impossible.

A greater color range with extended color spaces

A far greater number of spot colors can be simulated with brilliant quality in a halftone proof. The GMG DotProof XG (Extended Gamut) module lets users take full advantage of the expanded color gamut of the Epson Stylus Pro x900 and HP Designjet Z3200 printers.


Essential benefits at a glance

  • Color-accurate halftone proofs in verifiable contract proof quality
  • Simple integration through direct processing of the original imagesetter data
  • Extensive spot color functionality and XG proofing
  • Quality control via control strips and proof label
  • Production reliability and cost savings through early detection of potential printing problems
  • Fail-proof color management by internal validation of the selected parameters
  • Location independent remote proofing via FTP or WebClient
  • Integrated raster image processor with the latest Adobe Print Engine Technology
  • Load balancing and nesting for maximum productivity and minimal waste

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