A new in-shop training class, hosted by Imprintables Warehouse, teaches users how to maximize the productivity and profitability of a digital cutter. The all-day sessions, led by Steven Jackson, owner, Seaglass Logowear, Clifton, New York, offers a wealth of information on all aspects of digital cutting decorating. The next class is scheduled for January 29-30.
The class is geared to owners of a Roland VersaCAMM, a unit that prints using solvent-based inks and then contour cuts each image, creating instant full-color transfers that can be heat applied.
January 29 is a 101 level class that includes practical training on how to set and use the machine, tips and tricks for getting the best results, as well as reviewing the wide range of materials specifically designed for the print-and-cut process and its many applications.
January 30 is the 201 class that includes color management, advanced Versaworks settings, and a variety of hands-on projects. Materials range from traditional opaque vinyl to a variety of special effects including reflective, puff, and glitter. Applications are almost limitless as most of these materials can be applied to anything that can be put into a heat press.
For a current list of dates, go to http://www.myversacamm.com. The seminar is free to Imprintables Warehouse customers. Lodging and travel to Clifton, New York are the responsibility of the attendee. To register email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Imprintables Warehouse is a full-service distributor of equipment and supplies to create a wide range of heat-applied graphics, including digital inkjet and laser transfers, digital cutters, digital cutting software, heat-applied materials, and heat presses. For more information, contact the company at 800-347-0068; fax: 724-583-0426; e-mail: email@example.com; or visit http://www.imprintables.com.