Forum "Print2010 and beyond" · St. Gallen · 20 April 2010

During the April 2010 meetings of ISO TC 130 in St. Gallen, Switzerland, a forum around printing standards and their effect on real world printing was held. Hosted by Zollikofer AG, VISCOM and VSD several European experts reported about their view on the application of printing standards in Europe.

The event was moderated by Olaf Drümmer, callas software, and Beat Kneubühler, VISCOM.

Below you can find both the presentations as PDF files as well as video recordings from the “Print2010 and beyond” forum.

1. A short history of international print standard ISO TC 130 (1990-2010)

Aim of ISO process control standards: Optimization of industrial print production
Karl Michael Meinecke, bvdm, Wiesbaden (D)

Presentation as PDF file: Click here to download

Duration ca. 10m25s

2.a Development and application of ISO 12647 based standard printing conditions for HSWO (ECI WOWG 2004-2010)

Jouni Marttila, Sappi (SF) / Karl Michael Meinecke, bvdm, Wiesbaden (D)

Presentation as PDF file: Click here to download

Duration ca. 10m56s

2.b Integrated standardization concept for heatset web offset printing at swissprinters Ringier Zofingen AG

Urs Schaub, swissprinters Ringier Zofingen AG

Presentation as PDF file: Click here to download

Duration ca. 23m15s

3.a Sheetfed Offset Printing based on ISO 12647-2: Application example Volkswagen AG

Florian Süssl, MetaDesign AG, Berlin (D) / Karl Michael Meinecke, bvdm, Wiesbaden (D)

Presentation as PDF file: Click here to download

Duration ca. 7m50s

3.b Implementation and further development of Process Standard Offset (PSO)

Eddy Senn, P/B/U Beratungs AG, Rümlang (CH)

Presentation as PDF file: Click here to download

Duration ca. 10m01s

4. Standardized Coldset Offset printing: ISO 12647-3 and beyond

Coldset Offset Printing on LWC and SC papers: Development and Application of New Printing Conditions
Oswald Grütter quality & more, Teufen (CH) (for Zollikofer AG)

Presentation as PDF file: Click here to download

Duration ca. 23m30s

5. Discussion, Q&A

Duration ca. 8m39s