Jan. 8, 2014 –Flexographic Technical Association (FTA) will kickoff its 2014 webinar series on Thursday, Jan. 16, with popular Forum speaker and noted industry expert Mark Mazur of DuPont Packaging Graphics, delivering an interactive briefing on “Process Control for Digital Platemaking.” The one-hour webinar will begin at 11:00 a.m. EDT.
Free for FTA members and $199 for non-members, the webinar will take attendees on a step-by-step journey through each of the variables that affect the final plate. Attendees will learn best practices that can be used in the plate room to ensure consistently high quality digital plates, reduce variability and increase profits.
FTA’s instructional, hour-long webinars provide audience members with relevant content and smart subject matter covering topics ranging from strategic business directions to industry trends and emerging technologies.
In 2014, the webinar lineup will address a variety of topics including, but not limited to, substrates, mounting materials, inks, doctor blades, anilox rolls, technical innovations, troubleshooting press issues and flexo fundamentals.
Participants don’t have to leave the desk or office to benefit from a session, and they can interact via the live webinar or download the presentation for future reference.
For more information and to register for January’s webinar click here or contact FTA’s Customer Service Department at 631-737-6020.
About FTA: Flexographic Technical Association (FTA), chartered in 1958, is a professional society dedicated to bringing all members of the flexographic printing community—printers, suppliers, consumer product companies, institutions, prepress houses and others--together by providing opportunities for the free exchange of technical ideas and discussion of mutual concerns. It is a proponent of maintaining and advancing quality standards and includes 1,650 member sites that represent more than 1,400 companies and 60,000 individuals. Foundation of FTA, founded in 1974, is the educational arm of FTA and is dedicated to supporting and advancing the flexographic printing.