A ROCKY STA
In 2014, Malevich first tried to print books by the polygraphic method using a computer-to-print system by one of the well-known manufacturers. However, the attempt was unsuccessful. The printer was not calibrated correctly; it did not produce either accurate colors or high-quality tonal transitions. That is why that digital printing press wasn’t good enough.
However, although having failed, the Company did not stop its search for a suitable solution that would expand the range of services and allow to produce not only traditional photo books but also print books using the polygraphic method.
Oleksiy Haniushyn was offered to test the imagePRESS C710 printer from Canon’s new line-up. Under the initial testing, Oleksiy asked to print a gray plate and a test image including light colors (high-quality printing of such images is often a problem for electrographic devices that print using dry toner).
And Canon imagePRESS C710 passed the test, as Oleksiy Haniushyn said: “Excellent test image — the plate was really gray, without stripes and homogeneous,” Oleksiy notes, that after a closer look at the printer’s potential, it became obvious that the Canon imagePRESS C710 works very well with color.