“Optimizing the Digital Plate Package for Flexography” is the name of a seminar scheduled for January 29-30 at Clemson University. Attendees will find out how to un-complicate the digital plate process from prepress to RIP to final plate production while achieving optimal results from their investment. They will learn to recognize the pitfalls, avoid common mistakes and develop procedures to achieve consistent and repeatable results on every plate, every press run.
The seminar, featuring hands-on breakout sessions, is appropriate for all segments of flexo whether currently using a digital workflow or thinking about converting to a computer-to-plate system in the future. The event is co-sponsored by the FFTA.
Featured speakers include Mark Mazur of DuPont, Mark Samworth of Esko Artwork, David Chinnis of Flint Group Printing Plates, Larry Goldberg of Beta Industries, Colleen Twomey of MacDermid, and Jay Sperry of Clemson.
The cost is $495, or $450 per person for three or more in a group. Click here for a daily schedule, complete topic and registration information.