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IGI Seminar Focuses on Stochastic Printing Technology

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Pewaukee, Wisconsin -- The Institute for Graphics and Imaging (IGI)—an education and training organization funded by and dedicated to the printing and graphic arts industry—has announced a one-day training courses dealing with stochastic printing technology.  The seminar will be held on September 17, 2009, and will detail the differences between stochastic and conventional color and tones.  The course will we taught by Ken Peterson, a stochastic printing specialist who has worked with some of the largest printing companies in North America to printing lecturer who has helped some of the largest printing firms in the industry implement stochastic printing in their operations.  The course is appropriate for production staff, graphic designers, quality control and pressroom personnel, and vendors who support pressroom operations.  Course details and registration forms may be found at www.igi.org/events_calendar/.
Announcing the new course, IGI Executive Director Ron Dahl commented: “Although it has been in use for many years, stochastic printing remains difficult for many printers.  Ken Peterson brings the experience and teaching skills necessary to make stochastic easy to understand.  Attendees can expect to take away practical skills that they can implement immediately.”




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