FFTA and Clemson to Host Fall Flexographic Process Printing Symposium
The Foundation of Flexographic Technical Association (FFTA) and Clemson University will co-sponsor a fall edition of the Flexographic Process Printing Symposium. This event is set to take place September 20-22, 2006 at Clemson University’s Madren Conference Center.
Duane Woolbright, Clemson’s symposia coordinator noted, “The symposium held last March, drew more than 50 attendees and more than 15 industry experts. We fully expect September’s event to be as successful in providing attendees with a dynamic setting for discussions, networking, and troubleshooting advice.”
The two-and-a-half day seminar is designed for individuals with a basic understanding of the fundamentals of flexography, and who are new to printing process color or who wish to expand their understanding of color reproduction. Participants will gain an in-depth understanding of press characterization, the fundamentals of color measurement, and the application of process color in the production environment. The symposium covers the gamut of print and image control issues including color theory, print optimization, press characterization, fingerprint analysis, color profiling, proofing, and more.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to network and converse with peers and presenters at the Suppliers Panel Question and Answer Session. Attendees are welcome to bring print samples and find solutions to their production issues.
The individual rate to attend the symposium is $795 per person. Full-time educators will receive a discount and may register for $295. Group rates are also available for parties of three or more. Download the complete schedule and registration form at www.flexography.org, or contact Duane Woolbright at 864-656-766.