GTI Graphic Technology Inc.

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Interviews

GTI Light Booths: Quality that is Built to Last

March 10, 2020

a collage of images

Whether it’s a New York ad agency, a Connecticut wallcovering studio, or a major car manufacturer, a GTI light booth is at the core of many companies’ workflows. An essential tool for accurate color matching, a GTI viewing system is often the first tool workers turn on in the morning – even before the coffee […]

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New York Agency Maintains ISO Compliant Viewing Conditions

December 13, 2019

color viewer over color swatches

How a color appears has a lot to do with your point of view. That’s because a color can appear differently depending on the light source – such as daylight, store light, office light, or home light – and other factors. This variability can be a headache not only for creatives but the whole supply […]

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GTI Featured in HV Mfg Magazine

December 18, 2015

The Council of Industry is the manufacturers’ association for the Hudson Valley, working to help its members grow and their employees prosper. HV Mfg magazine, the Council’s quarterly magazine, is intended to raise awareness about manufacturing in the Hudson Valley community. GTI is proud to be featured in the fall issue of HV Mfg. Read the complete article.

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GTI’s Bob McCurdy is interviewed at Graph Expo 2015

October 7, 2015

Graph Expo 2015 Show Daily

Bob McCurdy GTI’s President was interviewed by the Show Daily at Graph Expo 2015. During the interview Bob discussed what is new at GTI today, offers his perspective on the state of color proofing, and comments on what he see coming down the road. Watch the video below or on the myprintresource.com website.

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Getting a Good Visual Appraisal of Color

February 17, 2014

Bob McCurdy, GTI’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing, talks to WhatTheyThink.com’s Richard Romano about GTI’s color viewing products and the challenges of lighting for proper viewing of commercial printing. They also discuss the specific challenges for wide format color viewing. Watch the video below or on WhatTheyThink.

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