With the Heidelberg Anicolor is easier, is correct the only way to change the ink quantity is with the temperature and changing the anilox. But the advantage that this press has is that is so stable if the press conditions (inks, anilox and temperature) also are. So if you have success with a G7 procedure, and the solid colorimetric are ok, then the print shop only needs take care of this press conditions, my recommendation is that you must create a print condition standard, with the all parameters that drived you to get a right results, temperature of each print body, kind and lines of anilox of each print unit, and so on. That will give you the consistent that you need.
Additional, in just like a tip, is not necessary that all the Anilox has the same lines, sometimes you need mix it to get the right colorimetry and this is correct.
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