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Graphic technology sub-categories (4)

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Materials
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Reproduction equipment

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Proposed standard (1)

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ISO/TC 130/SC N 2812ISO 19301 – Graphic Technology – Colour quality management certification schemeComment deadline: 7/11/2015

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Standards in development (27)

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BS ENISO 12643-1 Graphic technology - Safety requirements for graphic technology equipment and systems Part 1: General requirementsPublic Comment
BS ENISO 12643-2 requirements for graphic technology equipment and systems Part 2: Prepress and press equipment and systemsPublic Comment
BS ENISO 12643-3 requirements for graphic technology equipment and systems Part 3: Binding and finishing equipment and systemsPublic Comment
BS ENISO 12643-4 requirements for graphic technology equipment and systems Part 4: Converting equipment and systemsPublic Comment
BS ISO 12632 Graphic technology - Prints and printing inks - Assessment of penetrability, detachment and resistance of printed labels to hot alkaline solutionPublic Comment
BS ISO 12634 Graphic technology - Determination of tack of paste inks and vehicles by a rotary tackmeterPublic Comment
BS ISO 12641-1 Graphic technology - Prepress digital data exchange - Colour targets for input scanner calibration Part 1: Colour targets for input scanner calibrationPublic Comment
BS ISO 12646 Graphic technology - Displays for colour proofing - Characteristics and viewing conditionsApproval
BS ISO 12647-6:2012/Amd 1 Graphic technology - Process control for the production of half-tone colour separations, proofs and production prints Part 6: Flexographic printing - Amendment 1Public Comment
BS ISO 12647-7 Graphic technology - Process control for the production of half-tone colour separations, proof and production prints Part 7: Proofing processes working directly from digital dataPublic Comment
BS ISO 13655 Graphic technology - Spectral measurement and colorimetric computation for graphic arts imagesAccepted
BS ISO 14861 Graphic technology - Requirements for colour soft proofing systemsApproval
BS ISO 15311-1 Graphic Technology - Requirements for printed matter utilizing digital printing technologies for the commercial and industrial production Part 1: Parameters and measurement methodsAccepted
BS ISO 15339-1 Graphic technology - Printing of digital data Part 1: Basic principlesPublication
BS ISO 15339-2 Graphic technology - Printing from digital data across multiple technologies Part 2: Characterized reference printing conditionsPublication
BS ISO 16763 Graphic technology - Requirements for postpress - Bound productsPublic Comment
BS ISO 17972-2 Graphic technology - Colour data exchange format (CxF/X) Part 2: Scanner target data (CxF/X-2)Idea
BS ISO 17972-3 Graphic technology - Colour data exchange format (CxF/X) Part 3: Output target data (CxF/X-3)Idea
BS ISO 17972-4 Graphic technology - Colour data exchange using CxF Part 4: Spot colour characterization dataApproval
BS ISO 18620 Graphic technology - Prepress data exchange - Tone adjustment curves exchangeAccepted
Opens a new windowBS ISO 19445 Graphic technology - Metadata for graphic arts workflow - XMP metadata for image and document proofingPublic Comment
BS ISO 19593 Graphic technology - Use of PDF to associate processing steps and content dataAccepted
BS ISO 20690 Power consumption of digital printing devicesAccepted
BS ISO 5776 Graphic technology - Symbols for text correctionApproval
PD ISO/PASS 15339-1 digital data across multiple technologies Part 1: PrinciplesApproval
PD ISO/PASS 15339-2 digital data across multiple technologies Part 2: Characterized reference printing conditions, CRPC1 - CRPC7Approval
PD ISO/TR 19300 Graphic technology - Guidelines for the use of standards for print media productionApproval

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Committee (1)

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PAI/43Graphic technology

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