Due to the current pandemic, students are finishing the remaining semester from home and therefore the university contacted Zund UK Ltd to see if we would deliver an educational webinar on how digital cutters have developed and are used across different industries.

Microcut, a division of Colter & Peterson, world leader in paper cutter automation, and Ultimate TechnoGraphics, leader in imposition and finishing automation solutions, are pleased to demonstrate the seamless integration of respective finishing automation technologies through an educational webinar on Tuesday, June 23rd at 10AM EDT.

The Independent Print Industries Association (IPIA) has partnered with Xeretec and the online educational publisher, Twinkl, to offer cashback on printing equipment to support teachers, parents and carers across the UK during school closures.

Everyone in the digital print supply chain can speed the production of variable data printing (VDP) jobs thanks to a new independent guide to the “dos and don’ts” of optimizing PDF files for the fastest, most efficient processing by digital front ends (DFEs).

X-Rite Incorporated and Pantone LLC, global leaders in color science and technology, today announced that its Color Theory eLearning Course is available free for a limited time. In an effort to support the growing number of remote workers who must review and approve color, the on-demand training explains the basics of color theory, color tolerances and sharing digital color standards. In addition, X-Rite is hosting a series of color management webinars designed to help attendees optimize their use of color measurement hardware and software.

“Training is one of those things that we like to put off until we have more time,” says Joe Wigzell, Academy Manager for Roland DG, “and now that most of us are stuck at home, it’s the perfect time to build your skills and knowledge.”

HP Inc. have launched Print, Play & Learn, a free online resource to support millions of families around the world who have transitioned to learning from home. Collaborating with education leaders, including Education.com, TIME for Kids, Canva, and KiwiCo, HP is curating weekly literacy content as well as worksheets, coloring pages, puzzles and other learning printables for parents with children ages 2-12. Here’s a simple “how-to” guide for accessing the latest printable Play & Learn content for free.

Onyx Graphics is offering a new series of educational webinars to help its customers maximize their ONYX investment. These interactive online training programs are delivered live from ONYX experts across the globe. They are being provided at no charge, in compact segments focused on specific business needs and are designed to provide users with tips, tricks, and solutions. Additionally, with color management being a hot topic for todays’ print shops, Onyx Graphics will be offering a special color-focused seminar on matching color across different printers with the company’s principal scientist and Chair of the International Color Consortium (ICC), Dr. Max Derhak.

Aimed at marketers, strategists and media planners and buyers, the webinars will deliver essential industry knowledge and insights to help drive campaign impact and innovation in DOOH.

Make factory paint look even better with just a few Color It™ accents! Learn from Geek Wraps Color It™ training.

Contex, the world leader in large format scanning, today announces a month-long, free webinar series to help customers working remotely as a result of the current pandemic. The webinars will be led by Contex scanning expert Jerry Gautereaux, who will provide assistance and answer questions about customers’ large format scanning solutions. The webinars will be held three times a week at 11am Eastern on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, running from April 7–30. Click here to register to attend.

Print Media Centr is opening up its LinkedIn community to provide the print industry with a unique online learning opportunity by creating the largest online classroom in print history, offering the global audience a much-needed outlet for information gathering and sharing, interaction with key players, and a space to create new partnerships.

LexJet, an S-One company headquartered in Sarasota, Fla., recently released a panel discussion with several team members, sharing ideas for printshops to navigate their businesses during and after COVID-19.

Color Concepts launches the Color Concepts Online Academy with a training for sales professionals active in the large-format-printing industry. The Academy platform features video training presentations and interactive webinars with printing- and sales specialists, creating a blended learning experience.

Construction has begun on a brand-new European headquarters and training centre for Arden Software.

As businesses know, HP PageWide is one of the most impressive new print technologies, providing unrivaled speed, quality, and cost savings—helping companies reach new levels of performance and a higher standard of efficiency. HP is pushing the envelope again and opening new markets with media designed for sign and display applications and optimized for HP PageWide XL printers.

The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) today announces three popular hands-on workshops for screen printers are being offered this April for all skill levels: Screen Making: Basic to Advanced (April 6-8); Art & Separations for Screen Printed Apparel (April 13-14); and Totally T-Shirts! Apparel Screen Printing (April 15-18). Registration is available online here, through March 6: SGIA members receive a 25% member discount on classes.

Sportswear Pro (24 - 27 March 2020, IFEMA - Feria de Madrid) has published the programme for its seminar feature, the Sportswear Pro Forum. Welcoming a host of speakers focusing on topics of interest in the garment printing and sportswear production industries, each day will be dedicated to a different theme, including customisation, sustainability, digital innovation and on-demand production.

Roland DG Australia, a leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and printer cutters worldwide, today announced 2020 dates for the new Roland DG Academy training course, Profit Through Personalisation. A course targeting new and existing customers looking to incorporate a personalisation solution into their business.

Printing Industries of America has launched a new Augmented Reality and Interactive Print course in the iLearning Center. The course will introduce printers to principles of augmented reality (AR) and explore the integration of multimedia content with print projects. Using AR, printers can push the boundaries beyond the page to introduce new revenue streams to their business and produce interactive, engaging experiences for their customers.

2019 was a big year for the 3D printing industry as it made its way towards reaching its projected value of almost $50bn by 2025. Throughout the year, many companies made strides with 3D printing and soon realised the benefits, but what’s next for 3D printing in 2020? Which new business opportunities will be unlocked and what is needed to overcome the final barriers? From increased adoption of 3D printing in classrooms and the growth of distributed manufacturing, to the rising importance of the 3D printing ecosystem, Jos Burger, CEO of Ultimaker, gives five key predictions for 3D printing in 2020.

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