Cromalin is a proofing production method, developed by DuPont in the 70s. The production of Cromalin proofs are done by layers of successive exposures on film which are then laminated onto special paper.

Today Cromalin are no longer important in the production of proofs. It wasi completely replaced by cheaper and faster digital Inkjet proofing.

Digital proof

A Digital Proof (Contract Proof) is an ISO certified test equipment for the graphics industry. A digital proof simulates the colour of offset printing or gravure printing colour accurate binding within the tight tolerances of ISO 12647-7. Today, a digital proof is processed via a RIP and then produced with pigment inkjet printers on special proofing papers.

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