You can align a printing device with an industry specification by creating a color setup, adding your device as the PCO, and selecting the industry specification as the PCO simulation target.
The PCO may have a colorimetric response or a tonal response, depending on the color response type in its device condition and the way the simulation target is defined:
Create a color setup and add a press as the PCO, and then import a measurement data file to establish a colorimetric response and a tonal response. This generates gray balance curves to align a press with an industry specification. Note that the device profile is only required if you are generating DeviceLinks. For this activity, there is no need to create a DeviceLink for final output so you don't need to generate the device condition profile and the PCO profile.
GRACoL C1 2006.
XX Press to Industry Spec(where XX = your initials).
VPS - GRACoL:
You have created a color setup to align a press to the GRACoL specification. The advantage of using a color setup rather than a print calibration curve to align a press with a specification is that you can align other printing devices with your press by adding them as the SCO in the color setup.