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The GWG initiated a standard (ISO 19593-1) which is now available in more recent applications of different vendors. It defines a standard way to include processing steps (ie data for additional steps in the production of labels besides printing) in a PDF. This removes the need for conventions and vastly improves the reliability to communicate this information.On May 7th, the organisation is holding two free webinars about processing steps, explaining what they are and how they can be used in your workflow.



Processing Steps Label

Tuesday May 7, 2024

It is common practice in the tag and labels workflow to include visual representations for finishing foiling and embossing, or irregular shaped cutting  in pre-press PDF files.In this webinar you will learn what processing steps bring to you when you are designing, preparing or printing labels and tags, how they can be used in products and workflows available on the market today and how this not only facilitates data exchange between participants in the label production but also reduces the risk of compromising quality when printing.



Processing Steps Packaging

Tuesday May 7, 2024

It is common practice in the packaging workflow to include visual representations for finishing eg cutting, creasing, foiling, etc, in pre-press PDF files. Until recently this was done in an ad hoc way using various methods like layer naming or separation naming. But this didn’t prevent misinterpretation of such data or even creating wrong print output.

In this webinar you will learn what processing steps are, how they can be used in products and workflows available on the market today and how this not only facilitates data exchange between participants in the packaging production but also reduces the risk of compromising quality when printing.


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