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Quality Evaluation Service

Quality Evaluation Service

Article ID:

12679

Print quality evaluation service is a need-based service from the WAN-IFRA Research and Material Testing Centre, India, to assess the quality of newspaper print reproduction.

Quality Evaluation Service from the WAN-IFRA Research Centre in Chennai.

The service will evaluate the quality of reproduction of a press and prepress in its normal production settings and check its conformance to ISO standards. This test will be offered as once a month over a period of one year to constantly monitor the quality of reproduction and help improve the process.

 

 

 

 

 

Objectives

  1. Monitor the quality performance of production process on a monthly basis
  2. Check the conformance of prepress and printing process to ISO 12647-3
  3. Get good and constant colour reproduction
  4. Involve the press and presses staff on quality evaluation
  5. Gain from WAN-IFRA’s knowledge and expertise in implementing standardisation projects.

Quality evaluation process

The WAN-IFRA Research Centre in Chennai, India will provide a control target to the newspaper. The control target, has to be printed once a month for a period of one year in the regular production run (No separate test run or plate change is required) and the copies be sent to the Research Centre for quality evaluation.

Author

Anandaramakrishnan Srinivasan's picture

Anandaramakrishnan Srinivasan

Date

2014-06-17 08:01

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WAN-IFRA Research and Material Testing Centre (RMTC), based in Chennai is a one stop centre for Material testing, training and consulting needs for newspaper production

Author

Anandaramakrishnan Srinivasan's picture

Anandaramakrishnan Srinivasan

Date

2014-06-17 13:07