Idealliance has announced significant achievements to Fujifilm’s leading production inkjet, the J Press 750S, for obtaining the Digital Press Inkjet System Certification and ISO/PAS 15339 System Certification. The OEM also raised the bar in earning Master Elite status, with the J Press 750S being capable of achieving all seven of the globally recognized ISO/PAS 15339 Reference Print Conditions. “Fujifilm’s J Press 750S is one of only two presses to ever reach this level of certification achievement. The other is Fujifilm’s J Press 720S,” said Ed Pierce, Product Marketing Manager at Fujifilm North America’s Graphic Systems Division.
The J Press 750S surpassed both the strict digital print production system requirements as well as the ISO/PAS 15339 colourmatic requirements serving as the industry benchmark in quality, reliability and repeatability across all aspects of digital printing. “This achievement puts Fujifilm into a category of its own,” said Jordan Gorski, Vice President of Global Certification Programs at Idealliance. “The J Press is ideal for print service providers looking to meet the most stringent demands set by print buyers and brands in printing, packaging and graphic communications.”
The Idealliance Digital Press Inkjet System Certification verifies a system’s ability to meet or exceed established industry expectations for excellence while evaluating the entire press system – including the digital front end (DFE), print engine, and paper for testing and certification in areas of colour, print properties, and print production. The ISO/PAS 15339 System Certification by Idealliance certifies the capabilities of commercial digital press devices to meet the colour-space requirements specified by the Characterized Reference Print Conditions (CRPCs). ISO/PAS 15339 describes seven CRPCs, all of which have been created using G7 methodology to align the global print and packaging supply chains. G7 aligns Print Anywhere with one calibration, one separation, one file, and one aim point as the industry-leading set of specifications for achieving near-neutral gray balance across all print technology.