XEROX - Excerpt from SIQA Instructor Guide
Note: This is an excerpt from the beginning of a 40-page training document prepared for Xerox field representatives
Aims and Objectives
This course provides users with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively calibrate a Xerox® C75 Color Press for optimal print quality. Upon completion of this course, the user will have a basic understanding of the calibration process, and will be able to correctly operate the press to calibrate it’s operation for each type of stock to be used.
How to Best Prepare
Print out this Instructor Guide and use it to take notes while reviewing other resources for trainers.
To complete the exercises, you will need the following:
All exercises include step-by-step instructions. For each exercise, be prepared to:
Simple Image Quality Adjustment (SIQA) is a set of maintenance programs and procedures that adjust the image quality of the printed images generated by the Xerox® C75 Color Press. These adjustments generate an individual profile for each stock to be used on the machine. The profile is then used each time the associated stock is used, ensuring optimal print quality.
SIQA performs two types of adjustments:
The SIQA calibration tool runs on a network-attached personal computer. It does not run directly on the press. As a result, a central PC can be used to calibrate more than one press in the office.
Use of the SIQA tool is a multi-step process. Some of the steps occur at the PC, and some of the steps occur at the press. SIQA is run separately for each stock that will be used in the machine.
There are three sets of steps that are performed in calibrating C75 Color Press with the SiQA tool. Each of these is covered as a separate exercise in this training document. They are:
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