Techkon USA is committed to providing educational webinars presented by industry leaders and related to all facets of the print and packaging industries. Please join us for any or all of our webinars.
Presented by: Shawn Oetjen
The webinar will discuss how the fingerprint is the foundation for repeatability, and simply benchmarks your presses performance with a known set of variables. Thus, allowing you to quantify your presses performance and get back to that point every time.
Presented by: Devin Abramowitz and Russ Wadecki of Lithotech
Hear a real-world example of closed loop implementation and operation and get your questions answered by an industry veteran. Russ will share a brief history of their color management process and how closed loop has significantly reduced make-ready time to allow for 5-10 extra jobs per week with the same resources.
Presented by: Catherine Haynes, All Printing Resources
This webinar will discuss how print consistency relies on the cyclical application of 4 key concepts. Do you have the necessary tools? Do you know your aims? Do you have the necessary protocol in place?
Presented by: Bruce Bayne, SpotON
Bruce Bayne will demonstrate the power of a VISUAL MATCH SCORE based on innovative cumulative relative frequency research. You get a single number that shows how well color visually matches across the ENTIRE gamut of a device!
Presented by: Allison Lakacha, Marketing Manager
This is a web-based interview with legendary printing industry guru, Frank Romano, featuring expert advice on the future of printing, a first-hand look at the museum-worthy printing collectibles and memorabilia in his private home library, and a rare opportunity to participate in an open question and answer period with one of the greatest minds in the industry.
Presented by: Ron Ellis, Color Management Consultant, Ron Ellis Consulting LLC
Guest Speaker: Jim Wachob, Prepress Systems Manager, HardingPoorman Group
Being able to maintain a press calibration is as important as the initial calibration procedure itself. Today’s successful printers are able to consistently print with great repeatability. A great part of this is the ability to measure color, understand what these measurements mean, and use this information to improve your daily production. In this topic we will cover how to use measurements for process control, and how to hold and adjust the calibration of a G7 reference print condition.
The Value of Color Quality Assurance Webinar
Presented by: Director of Technical Sales
The challenge for flexographic, digital and packaging printers to produce accurate and consistent color to exacting customer’s standards has grown exponentially over time. Printing single jobs on multiple presses and print facilities presents the unique challenge of how to catch color, density and dot gain variations early in the print process. Implementing a color quality assurance process enabling printers to set and monitor the color tolerances for density, delta E and dot gain, and that provides immediate detailed feedback on how well the job is conforming to customer tolerances during production, regardless of location, is the answer.