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Perfect Your Screen Making Skills at SGIA's New Advanced Workshop

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

SGIA takes screen making to a new level in the upcoming advanced Workshop, “Precision Screen Making for Industrial and Printed Electronics Applications,” on February 21–23, 2012. Students will have the opportunity to improve upon screen consistency and will be given the skills to pinpoint problem areas and their causes and find solutions to unique, task-specific applications.
http://www.sgia.org/training_and_education/workshops/precisionscreenmaking.cfm

Instructors Dave Dennings, KIWO, Inc.; Neil Bolding, MacDermid Autotype, Inc.; and Ray Greenwood, SGIA, will cover the critical parameters and measuring techniques necessary to control the screen-making process for tight-tolerance applications, including:

•Key requirements of industrial and printed electronics applications
•High-end mesh tensioning methodologies
•Unique stencil application and exposure methodologies for fine-pitch feature sizes
•In-house R&D for product integrity
•Troubleshooting techniques to resolve problem areas
•Squeegee and floodbar variables and their impact
•Metrology and tracking

Covering advanced topics not found in basic offerings, this three-day Workshop is designed for expert screen-making and art-department personnel, ink chemists and formulators, and process engineers engaged in highly precise applications and processes.

Register now for this invaluable new Workshop before it fills up!
https://www.sgia.org/training_and_education/workshops/register.cfm?wscode=&wsCategory=sgia

SGIA press releases and supporting images are available at SGIA.org/press

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"Specialty imaging" comprises digital imaging, screen printing and the many other imaging technologies SGIA members use, including those they'll tap in the future. These are the imaging processes and technologies employed to create new products and to enhance existing products including point-of-purchase displays, printed electronics, membrane switches, signs, advertisements, garments, containers and vehicles. Make the most of your specialty imaging business.

 

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