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Thread: What kind of media you use for proofing

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    Epson proofing paper glossy (coated) 250g

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    epson proofing paper glossy 250g on Epson 4880

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    ProofLine Semi Matte EXR - cheap

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    EPSON Standard Proofing Paper, Epson 4900 and EFI XF

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    Depending on the printing needs of each individual or business that one can choose different:
    -Paper Office
    -Offset-Paper
    -Photo Paper
    -Roll Paper
    -Inkjet-paper

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    I would use the media you are going to print the job on. Then you can show your customer exactly what they are going to get. If its not possible then use whatever your distributor has on sale.

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    EFI Gravure Proof Paper 4245 or Epson Proofing Paper Glossy 250g
    (printer epson 4880)

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    per ogni carta che ho in magazzino che sia offset digital/laser oppure per plotter /base acqua/solvente io creo un profilo...non uso solo ed esclusivamente uno solo


    for each card in my warehouse that is offset digital / laser or plotter / water based / solvent I create a profile ... I do not use exclusively only one
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    I use, and recommend, Kodak Matchprint Pro Coated SM240P Media Type 1.
    Excellent to achieve Fogra39.

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    personnally using efi rip i use Efi CertProof Paper 6225XF Semimatt (225 g/m²)

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    Quote Originally Posted by musquoni View Post
    I would use the media you are going to print the job on. Then you can show your customer exactly what they are going to get. If its not possible then use whatever your distributor has on sale.
    it depend of proofing system
    if you use inkjet printer and sw rip it's impossible to make proof on Coated paper
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    Wow, I can't believe this thread has gone on sooooo long!! This is a terrible question for a forum. If you stay within a major manufacturer, (I sell 4 -- Epson, MidStates, Kodak, Sihl), you be fine. The worst thing you can do is stick with one manufacturer for all your needs. If you want to match your new pure white press stock, read it--what's the white point? I have two customers in the same week want to proof to their bright white press stock: one had a high L* of 98 and the other had an L* of 94 but a b* of -10 that made it bright white. I found a perfect proofing paper match for both, but by two different manufacturers because no ONE manufacturers make all of the possible white point possibilities.

    This happens all the time, read your paper white, tell your dealer and work with them on getting the proper paper.

    If price is important shop for price and closest match. If match is important for the perfect match and not worry about price. It's only when you start looking at Joe Blows paper converting operation that you need to make sure they can maintain a stable product.

    All these papers are fine, most are converted by the same master roll, just labeled differently (oh, did I say that out loud).

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    epson proofing paper
    Epson Stylus Pro 9890 and 7880

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    We use Kodak Matchprint.

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