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APR, Esko partner for expanded color gamut seminar and open house

May 12, 2014

The June 3 seminar targets topics from design to prepress image conversions to pressroom ink selection and characterization.

All Printing Resources, Inc. (APR) and Esko are jointly presenting an informative industry seminar focused on the continued developments in expanded color gamut (ECG) flexographic printing.

This seminar is intended for printing professionals that are interested in expanded color gamut printing and want to understand the steps, processes, tools and software necessary for successful ECG implementation. The seminar targets topics from design to prepress image conversions to pressroom ink selection and characterization. It is being held on June 3 at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Glen Ellyn, IL.

Presenters include Mark Samworth and Larry Moore from Esko and Catherine Haynes of All Printing Resources.

Some of the planned seminar sessions include:
• An In-depth Look at Equinox Expanded Color Gamut
• Understanding LAB and LCH
• Printing to a Specification
• Ink Selection and Press Characterization for Expanded Gamut
• Expanded Gamut in Detail
• Emphasis on Image Conversion
• Expanded Gamut in Detail
• Emphasis on Vector Conversion
• HD Flexo and Flat-Top Dots
• Process Control for ECG
• Stability of 7-Color Process

The cost for the seminar is $50 per person, which includes lunch. Seating is limited, so advanced registration is necessary. To register, go to

On June 4, APR is hosting an Open House at its nearby Glendale Heights location. Additional presentations and equipment demonstrations including Esko equipment and software will continue here along with a variety of other topics from other guest speakers.

For more information, visit or call 630.784.3100.

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