Please join us on Friday, February 26th from 9am till 12 noon for an exciting forum & presentation with Mark Trimble, dye sublimation expert and product evangelist for Epson Dye Sublimation as we present a valuable roundtable on the latest techniques to achieve the best possible results in many of the applications of dye sublimation transfer printing.
Who should attend:
Anyone in a production dye sub workspace or contemplating textile graphics.
If you miss this opportunity, you will miss out on the latest technical dye sub production methods. Don’t get left behind, this is a must see, once a year event!
“This presentation will focus on a more productive workplace, and expands further into best practices procedures on dye sub industry printer technology and on handling dye sub inks, transfer papers, printing optimization and a more practical coverage of heat transfer, fixation on various types of heat presses and production calendar presses. A wide variety of industry applications and media are discussed and shown with hands on techniques that you can take back to your shop.”
This must see dye sub forum will require a reservation fee of $49.95 and each attendee will receive a copy of the presentation, valuable discount coupons and a chance to be part of this groundbreaking forum on dye sublimation. Sign up at our learning section on www.digital2you.cc under the seminar and workshop calendar.
Event to be held at the Digital2You Technology & Learning Center
9am till 12 noon 8811 American Way, #155
Friday, February 26th Englewood, CO 80112 303-934-2777
Mark Trimble has been a leader in the digital textile market for 19 years gaining expertise in printing equipment, software, ink, post processing, and application of the technology. In 1996, he was the first person to successfully sell digitally printed fabric to a major U.S. company. Mark focuses on the specific needs of creating total working systems for manufacturing products with digital printed fabric and hard substrates. In the field of dye sublimation, he has worked with every major brand of ink and printing equipment. Mark’s expertise in defining customer needs and designing functional total digital printing systems allows him to work with customers to develop working dye sublimation production facilities. Now working with Epson, Mark continues his efforts to facilitate the mass adoption of dye sublimation into North American manufacturing.
Digital 2 You has a state of the art 3,700 square foot demonstration facility with over a dozen different wide format ink jet and flatbed printers, many heat transfer presses, laminators, cutters, trimmers and related color management products in their new Technology & Learning Center to enable hands on learning experience while attending classes taught by working industry professionals.-->