Author Topic: Ryonet Offers Startup Screen Print Experience Classes In September, October  (Read 51 times)

Offline Deborah Sexton

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Ryonet Corp. is offering a unique opportunity to start your journey into screen printing guided by industry veterans in a real shop. These two-day sessions run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and lunch is provided. You?ll experience firsthand every step of the process, from creating artwork to catching the shirt as it comes off the dryer.

In addition to instruction, you also get a Ryonet screen printing class book. Your admission fee includes a variety of shirts for you to print on, including tri-blends, 100% cotton, and polyester provided by leading manufacturers Apparel and Los Angeles Apparel.

The class begins with prepress and dark room topics including basic artwork and color separations, film output options, choosing an emulsion and coating a practice screen, using a preregistration template, burning a screen, screen washout techniques, related software programs and cleanup.

The curriculum then shifts to hands-on printing experience using plastisol, water based, and specialty inks for spot color, four-color process, simulated process, and foil applications.

Ryonet Class Schedule 2018

September 2018 Schedule
Chicago, Ill., September 14-15
Farmingdale, NY, September 21-22
Portland, Ore., September 22-23
Keller, Texas, September 21-22
San Pedro, Calif., September 21-22

October 2018 Schedule
Los Angeles, October 6-7
Cincinnati, Ohio, October 12-13
Naples, Fla., October 19-20
San Leandro, Calif., October 27-28
Shreveport, La., October 26-27

The Ryonet Screen Print Experience Class is limited to 20 participants. The cost is $299.99 per student. A discounted rate is offered for three or more spots purchased by the same company.

Class dates are subject to change. Be sure to check the website for the latest class dates at http://www.screenprinting.com/cat/screen-printing-classes-and-courses

To contact, call (800) 314-3690; email: [email protected] or visit http://www.screenprinting.com.