Built for Commercial Printers, In-plants and Pay-for-Print environments that want to expand into color-essential markets, streamline production processes and improve the quality and consistency of the jobs they deliver.
Transform how your print business operates and acquire more customers with an amazingly fast spectrophotometer that has to be seen to be believed. Match colors from pre-printed samples and achieve greater color accuracy across your fleet of printers.
RICOH Auto Color Adjuster is so fast and easy to use, anyone in your organization can create ICC profiles in a matter of minutes, running jobs across multiple systems with precise reproduction results.
Enable anyone within your company to achieve accurate and repeatable results.
Overcome the hurdles of modifying system settings to unify output across entire fleets.
Easily manage daily calibrations and verify color against compliance standards.
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If you want to match color between offset and digital printer, there are 2 ways to do this:
Yes. Ricoh Auto Color Adjuster can create profiles for any printing device that accepts ICC profiles (source and output), however, automated import of ICC profiles is limited to compatilbe devices.
RICOH Color Auto Adjuster was created to easily maintain color consistency over time, match several printers to each other, and eliminate manual color adjustments typically required to match a hadcopy proof. No Color Management Expert required! Currently, RICOH Auto Color Adjuster is based on RICOH propriatory validation charts to maintain the ease of use. Please contact a RICOH Color Consultant if you require G7 or PSO qualification/certification for your facilities.
No, SRA3 is the maximum size.
RICOH Auto Color Adjuster creates color accurate ICC profiles, but there are limitations related to the printing device(s) in use. RICOH Auto Color Adjuster can’t increase the native gamut of a printing device. (Nothing can.) Results may vary, especially if two printers have vastly different color gamuts or if the supplied color match proof contains colors far outside the gamut of the printing device(s).