We have received our updated G7 Master Qualification certification. G7 Master Status indicates that Classic Litho + Design has calibrated our equipment and systems to G7 gray balance and neutral tone curves and is capable of delivering G7 proofs and print products.

What does G7 Mean To You?

If all print products have the same gray balance and neutral tonality defined by G7, they will look remarkably alike to the human eye, a key component in effective brand quality management.

G7 aligns any printing device for one file, one calibration, one aim point.

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Brands, Buyers & Creatives use qualified G7 suppliers such as Classic Litho + Design because…

Consistency

  • Color is an important part of why people embrace (or reject) a brand
  • Color greatly contributes to perceived value of quality
  • Color and color quality enhance consumers’ experience with the product and add to its public reputation
  • Color is one of the most emotional attributes of a brand
  • Color consistency reinforces trust. Inconsistency with colors associated with a brand subconsciously diminishes it, and erodes brand loyalty

Efficiency

  • Reduced design times, faster turnaround as design occurs internally rather than on press
  • Reduced cost of proofing and shipping prior to print
  • Reduced need for on-site press checks, travel, and other tasks based on visual approval methods
  • Reduced waste and make ready time during press runs
  • Higher consistency in reprints

Communication

  • Data exchange for purchasing and print buyers to assess supply chain performance
  • Clear expectations for supply chain partners regarding acceptable work
  • Overall increase in consistency, efficiency and savings

Can We Provide A Quote?

We are excited to provide new quotes for any projects you have in the pipeline.  Large Format, Brochures, Mailing & Fulfillment, Packaging?  Let us know!

Masoud Nikravan

Masoud Nikravan

Masoud was born in Iran to a German mother and Iranian father. He began his career as a commercial airline pilot during the glamorous “Catch Me If You Can” days of the airline industry. After moving to the United States, he learned about printing from the ground up by taking an entry level job at a small mom and pop print shop and learning how to do every position. Since then, he started his own company and has grown it so that he can provide clients a full array of printing services including wide format, offset, digital, die cutting, etc.