If you plan on attending Graph Expo and Converting Expo, which takes place Oct. 15-18 at McCormick Place, Chicago, IL, make sure you visit the Wide Format Pavilion. In this area, attendees can view the latest inkjet printers ranging from wide to grand format and speak with manufacturers of ink, media, color-management programs, RIPs, and finishing solutions.
The Wide Format Theater, located in booth 4987, will offer free, in-depth seminars, followed by a Q&A session. Seminars take place on Sunday, Oct. 15th through Wednesday, Oct. 18th. Seminar discussions cover digital diecutting, optimizing your RIP, digital tools for delivering quality prints, and printing on wood, stone, metal, tiles, and other 3-D surfaces. Other topics include understanding digital textiles, wide-format inkjet printing for the offset commerical printer, color management for the real world of large-format printing, and more. The Wide Format Pavilion is sponsored by The Big Picture, Digital Graphics, Digital Output, and Wide-Format imaging magazines, as well as Flaar.
The Innovation Gallery, located in booth 4287, displays a range of applications that are regularly produced using wide-format inkjet technology. Visit this year's Artist-in-Residence, children's book illustrator Wade Zahares, in the gallery, where he will be signing posters of his whimsical work.
For more information, contact Graphic Arts Show Company, Inc., 1899 Preston White Dr., Reston, VA 20191-4367, 703-264-7200, fax: 703-620-9187, e-mail: [email protected], Web: www.gasc.org.
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