Rochester Institute of Technology offers Orientation to the Graphic Arts Seminar
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July 23, 2007 -- Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY – The Printing Applications Laboratory at the Rochester Institute of Technology, a world leader in education and training for the printing and graphic arts industry, will be holding their Orientation to the Graphic Arts seminar on the R.I.T campus on October 1-5, 2007.
This fast-paced program is packed with information and exciting demonstrations to give you a solid, comprehensive grounding in graphic arts technology. You will get to operate the controls of a Goss Sunday 2000 web press, a 6-color Heidelberg shettefed press, a Mark Andy LP 3000 flexographic press, plus see the one of the biggest collections of the latest digital printing equipment.
For graphic designers and print buyers as well as print professionals, this 5-day course will bring you up-to-date with every aspect of the printing industry.
For complete program details visit their web site at www.seminars.cias.rit.edu
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