NEW ADDRESS AS OF OCTOBER 16, 2017
1627 K St NW, Suite 5034, Washington DC 20006
Print Technology Survival Kit (303)
This intensive 2-day course covers the essential details for successful manufacturing print publications. Learn what happens to your project on the printing press, how ink works on paper, how to manage fonts and coordinate fonts with the printer, how to work with color spaces, how to prepare images to print well, and how to prepare files for the printing press.
This class shows you how to avoid costly problems. What may look good on the computer screen, but can go horribly wrong on press. Questions to ask the printer before starting a project. What causes font problems and how to avoid them. Limitations of electronic images and how to work around them.
You will also learn about the pitfalls with using certain special effects. How to use pre-press proofing to maximize accuracy and minimize expense. What to do when things go wrong.
We’ll teach you the relationship between screens, paper, and dot gain. Paper characteristics, costs, and choices and where to get the information you need about papers. Color printing choices and causes of color problems like Moiré. The benefits of conventional vs. stochastic screening patterns. How to use trapping to prevent unsightly gaps between colors and when trapping will cause problems. How to use preflight software to spot problems early and how to prepare your projects for the printing press. Software that helps get your job done more quickly and with greater control.
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