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SGIA Workshop Helps Printers Master Screen Making

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Back by popular demand, SGIA’s Screen Making: Basic to Advanced Workshop (Fairfax, Virginia, May 11–15) combines classroom presentations and hands-on practice to teach screen printers the how and why of making the right screen for nearly every job.

 

“Before you can make a quality print, you have to get the screen right,” says Johnny Shell, SGIA’s Vice President of Technical Services. “This knowledge and training is absolutely essential in order to be successful in the screen printing business.”

 

Back by popular demand, SGIA’s Screen Making: Basic to Advanced Workshop (Fairfax, Virginia, May 11–15) combines classroom presentations and hands-on practice to teach screen printers the how and why of making the right screen for nearly every job.

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“Before you can make a quality print, you have to get the screen right,” says Johnny Shell, SGIA’s Vice President of Technical Services. “This knowledge and training is absolutely essential in order to be successful in the screen printing business.”

 

For one whole week, attendees will learn proven methods to save both time and money to improve their business, including:

  • Correct methods for choosing the right mesh, stencil and frame
  • Proper stretching procedures to produce consistently tensioned screens
  • Correct stencil application methods for optimum consistency and repeatability
  • Proven techniques for calculation and determining optimum stencil exposure
  • Troubleshooting printed results
     

 

Register now for this critical workshop. But hurry — there are only six slots left!

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