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 ====== Updating the ProcessStandard Gravure - PSR V2 | M1 ====== ====== Updating the ProcessStandard Gravure - PSR V2 | M1 ======
  
-//2019-12-22// Since the publication of the PSR v2 standard in June 2009, the printing industry has been undergoing constant change. Not only the paper coloration adapts to current tastes, but also the measurement and viewing conditions (M0, M1 | standard light) have changed. In 2016, the gravure working group headed by Thomas Hebes (Prinovis GmbH & Co. KG Nuremberg plant) began work on improving the existing standard (ECI_PSR_V2). In 2018, the first profile for the gravure **ink space V2** was published for the LWC-Plus paper class (improved LWC paper). Now all other paper classes have been adapted. +//2020-02-05// Since the publication of the PSR v2 standard in June 2009, the printing industry has been undergoing constant change. Not only the paper coloration adapts to current tastes, but also the measurement and viewing conditions (M0, M1 | standard light) have changed. In 2016, the gravure working group headed by Thomas Hebes (Prinovis GmbH & Co. KG Nuremberg plant) began work on improving the existing standard (ECI_PSR_V2). In 2018, the first profile for the gravure **ink space V2** was published for the LWC-Plus paper class (improved LWC paper). Now all other paper classes have been adapted. 
 The new designation of the standards is basically: "**PSR_Paper-Type_V2_M1**.icc". The new designation of the standards is basically: "**PSR_Paper-Type_V2_M1**.icc".
 Significant improvements and goals are: Significant improvements and goals are: