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Procédé epson de digigraphie

Technical Commitment

The use of the term Digigraphie® relates exclusively to a test carried out:

-By a professional Epson Stylus Pro or Epson Surecolor P-series
-With Epson UltraChromeTM or Ultrachrome K3 ™ or Ultrachrome HD ™ inks
-On certified papers
-Authenticated: numbered, signed by the artist, marked with the imprint in relief and accompanied by his certificate.

If one of these four obligations were not respected, the printed work could not in any case be described as Digigraphie®. This rigorous qualification is the guarantee, for you and your customers, to ensure the fidelity and the durability of the reproduced work.

Moral Commitment

Within the framework of the use of the Digigraphie® label, the Artist undertakes to produce exclusively works in limited series.

The concept of a limited series is defined by three criteria freely determined by the Artist:

-The number of proofs reproduced
-The format of the reproduction of the work
-The media on which it is printed.
If, for a defined series, the printer, paper or format changes, this must be done in a new series. The artist agrees not to exceed the number of prints determined, as indicated on the certificate Digigraphie given to each buyer of a work.

If these commitments were not respected, Epson, through its reseller PROfocus Digigraphie® reserves the right to remove from the Artist its embossed impression grips and Digigraphe referencing. For its part, the Artist Digigraphe can withdraw from this charter without notice and for no particular reason, but having previously informed Epson France.

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