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Old 11-09-2005, 11:42 AM   #1
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Default American Printing Quality Standard

Is there a standard system they all work to
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Can you elaborate as to what standard? If it is color I would say SWOP or U.S. Sheetfed for CMYK profiles. Thats just what this YANK will tell ya.

   
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In the UK at the moment we are running under the ISO 9000/2000 Quality Mangement system to cover our process controls etc. It is a general ISO catch all standard across all industries.
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