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The Academy of Screen and Digital Printing Technologies Appoints Newest Members

Marshall Atkinson, Roberto Gonzalez Ojeda, and Ray Weiss join this distinguished group.




PRINTING United Alliance (Fairfax, VA) and The Academy of Screen and Digital Printing Technologies (ASDPT) have announced have announced the appointment of three new members to the ASDPT: Marshall Atkinson of Atkinson Consulting, Roberto Gonzalez Ojeda of Invoacrom Screenprinting and Ultrasol Ink Company, and Ray Weiss, PRINTING United Alliance.
ASDPT was established in 1973 by the Board of Directors of Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA), now PRINTING United Alliance. It is an international organization of “expert printers, suppliers and educators who have made significant contributions to the growth of the screen and digital printing industries,” per a statement. 
According to the statement, each year “The Academy” accepts nominations for new members who have demonstrated an industry commitment through their work and/or educational efforts. Inductees must be officially recommended by at least two current members to be considered. Academy members are active in providing technical education, consultation, adjudication of printing image quality, and promotion of the technical and commercial development of the industry.

  • Marshall Atkinson, founder of Atkinson Consulting LLC and Shirt Lab, has longstanding history in the apparel decorating industry sector. Atkinson frequently writes and speaks on business and marketing planning, process improvement, and workflow management.
  • Roberto Gonzalez Ojeda is considered a master in screen making, inks and coatings, press production, and curing/drying operations. He is the owner of Invoacrom Screenprinting, he works with brands around the world. He is also owner of the largest ink company in Mexico, Ultrasol Ink Company.
  • Ray Weiss, director, digital print programs for the PRINTING United Alliance, is an expert in digital proofing, printing, and verification.

For more information about the organization, or to become involved, visit



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