Vastex offers an intensive training program designed to help newcomers avoid many of the issues that come up as they are learning to screen print. By attending this hands-on, three-day class is aimed at helping new screenprinters avoid costly errors.
The class is held at the company’s corporate headquarters in Allentown, Pa., and includes basic technical training on screen preparation, exposure, flashing, curing, screen cleaning and reclaiming, athletic numbering, inks and more. Developed and taught by Douglas Grigar, a veteran master screen printer, the based on DACUM1 guidelines and offers an in-depth level of technical and trouble-shooting information seldom found in the industry.
Students can enroll at any time, but seating is limited. Register at www.vastex.com.
The cost of the class can be rolled into the financing or lease if the customer is purchasing new equipment making it affordable for everyone.
Other 2008 training dates:
May 16-18, 2008
July 25-27, 2008
September 26-28, 2008
November 14-16, 2008
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