SPSI Tech Seminar Nov. 18, 2011

November 2, 2011 at 4:45 pm Leave a comment

John Levocz, our Northeast Regional Sales Director, will be at SPSI’s Kansas Branch to conduct a screen printing seminar on Friday, Nov. 18th, 2011 from 1-4 pm in the afternoon.

John will demo printing on cotton, cotton/poly blends, and 100% polyester substrates.  In addition, learn how to properly select the right mesh for the job, why or why not to underbase, and many more crucial printing tips.

John has been in the screen print industry for over 30 years and has a broad experience in graphics and textile printing.  He has been International Coatings’ Northeast Regional Sales Director for over 15 years.  John has developed new techniques for printing  on a variety of substrates, including problem materials such as non-woven polyethylene fabrics and performance wear.  In addition, John conducts numerous seminars and hands-on print classes throughout the country and  is a regular contributor to our International Coatings Blog.

SPSI’s morning session (9 am – 12 pm) also includes seminars on emulsion, coatings, films, exposure, and screen cleaning techniques.

Don’t miss out on this chance to learn new skills or sharpen your print technique hands-on.  Click here for more information or go to SPSI’s site.   Registration is only $75, which includes a full day of seminars, lunch and a valuable samples bag.

Call Devon at SPSI to register,  (913) 541-8304, or email him at dwilliamson@sps-i.com.  Space is limited. 

We’re looking forward to seeing you there!

International Coatings manufactures a complete line of screen printing inks, including a wide variety of whites, specialty inks, special effects inks, color matching systems, additives and reducers.  For more information on our products, please visit our website at www.iccink.com.

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