GTI Graphic Technology Inc.

211 Dupont Ave PO Box 3138Newburgh, NY 12550
845-562-7066 845-562-2543

Graphic Arts / Photographic

Generic 5000 Kelvin Lamps

January 27, 2014

GTI 5000K Graphiclite bulbs

The dictionary’s definition of generic is, “A product that is not sold or made under a particular brand name.” What is your definition of generic – lower price, lower quality, good enough, or does the definition vary depending on product category? For me, generic paper towels are fine but no way am I going to […]

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The Future of Soft Proofing

November 11, 2013

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Bob McCurdy, GTI’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing talks to WhatTheyThink.com’s Cary Sherburne about the future of soft proofing. He also discusses GTI’s Soft View SOFV 1x1Q a desktop soft proofing system that provides accurate color comparison between a computer monitor and a hard copy proof or print. Watch the video below or on […]

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GTI Announces Vertical Wall Viewing System

October 9, 2013

vertical wall system

ISO 3664:2009 D50 compliant large format vertical viewing system to be featured at SGIA Show GTI Graphic Technology, Inc. the leading manufacturer of lighting systems for critical color viewing, color communication, and color match assessment has announced its new Vertical Wall Viewing System. GTI’s Vertical Wall Systems provides an ISO 3664:2009 D50 compliant large format […]

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GTI introduces: The smartest new sensor in soft proofing

April 20, 2012

SOFV iQ soft proofing sensor

This week at the DRUPA trade show in Germany, GTI is revealing a revolutionary new light sensor that will improve the soft proofing process for graphic arts professionals everywhere. The iQ is a wireless light sensor, small enough to fit in your pocket, with cunning calibration technology. For professional photographers, designers, and printers, one of […]

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ISO 3664:2009 : No turning back.

April 10, 2012

ISO no turning back

We’ve heard a lot of different perspectives debating over the effects of the new graphic arts industry standard versus the usefulness of the old one. But it really all comes down to one issue. UV or not UV? And it shouldn’t be a question. In the fast lane of color management, there are no U-turns. […]

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