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fsu [Update of the »PSR_V2« gravure profiles for all papers available]
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 ==== »PSR_V2« gravure profiles for all papers available ==== ==== »PSR_V2« gravure profiles for all papers available ====
  
-//Berlin, Dezember 22, 2019:// After 10 years it is time for an update. From now on all gravure profiles PSR V2 for the measurement condition M1 are available for download. Information about the new profiles can be found under [[http://www.eci.org/en/colourstandards/gravure|more information about »PSR LWC plus v2 M1«]]. You can download the complete update profile package with the necessary documentation, application recommendations and characterization data from the [[http://www.eci.org/en/downloads?&#eci_offset_profiles_current_versions|download area]] as a ZIP archive.+//Berlin, December 22, 2019:// After 10 years it is time for an update. From now on all gravure profiles PSR V2 for the measurement condition M1 are available for download. Information about the new profiles can be found under [[http://www.eci.org/en/colourstandards/gravure|more information about »PSR LWC plus v2 M1«]]. You can download the complete update profile package with the necessary documentation, application recommendations and characterization data from the [[http://www.eci.org/en/downloads?&#eci_offset_profiles_current_versions|download area]] as a ZIP archive.
 Some proofing system manufacturers offer color adaptations that contain optimizations that are not provided in ICC technology, e.g. simulation of printing behavior (noise), multiple iterations, etc. These special adaptations and corresponding support are also available for updates directly from the respective proofing system manufacturer. Some proofing system manufacturers offer color adaptations that contain optimizations that are not provided in ICC technology, e.g. simulation of printing behavior (noise), multiple iterations, etc. These special adaptations and corresponding support are also available for updates directly from the respective proofing system manufacturer.