DiscoverGAMUT: Idealliance Printing & Packaging Podcast59: The State of Graphic Arts Standards Developments—Part I
59: The State of Graphic Arts Standards Developments—Part I

59: The State of Graphic Arts Standards Developments—Part I

Update: 2020-04-14
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Ray Cheydleur, Printing and Imaging Product Portfolio Manager, X-Rite PANTONE®, discusses the current state of specifications and standards like:

  • Near-neutral or G7®
  • ISO 12647-2
  • CxF/X4 (ISO 17972-4)
  • ECG
  • The IT8.7/5 characterization chart. 


Part I of our discussion covers standards development of G7®, ISO 12647-2, ECG, and why it matters to the global print and packaging supply chain.

Cheydleur is also the Chair of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group (USTAG) to ISO Technical Committee 130 (ISO TC130) that develops standards for the graphic arts industry, Chairman of ANSI/CGATS and Vice-Chair of the International Color Consortium (ICC).

This Gamut podcast is Part I of a two-part discussion to update and explain the current state of specification and standards development.

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59: The State of Graphic Arts Standards Developments—Part I

59: The State of Graphic Arts Standards Developments—Part I

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