The seminar will take place May 13-14 and again on May 15-16 at the university, located in Clemson, SC, USA.
“One of the top problems reported by flexographic printers is the predictability of the press,” says Clemson’s Jay Sperry. “Digital proofing technology is improving rapidly, and now is the time to increase flexo predictability and save press production hours. Clemson has put together an intensive day and a half seminar that bridges technical presentations and hands-on evaluation of leading proofing systems.” Proofing vendors will be available to lead participants through the hands-on breakout sessions.
For details and registration, email Duane Woolbright or visit the seminar web page.