GSG Releases May and June 2019 Class Schedule

The two-day wrap classes start with vehicle graphics but go into floor and wall graphic installation as well.

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Dallas-based GSG (Graphic Solutions Group), a supplier to the screen, sign, digital imaging and embroidery industries, GSG shares May and June 2019 dates for classes at its branch locations across the U.S. Classes cover a wide variety of topics ranging from screen printing to auto wrap installation.

Highlights and locations from the course schedule include the following:

Wrap installation

May 2-3 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; May 30-31 in Austin, Texas; June 13-14 in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Learn basic wrap film installation techniques from professional installer Jeff Wagner of J3industries. Experience hands on training in auto graphics application, as well as window, wall, reflective, and floor graphics in this two-day course.

Other scheduled classes include:

Screen Print Basics, Milwaukee

May 16

GSG describes this session as “a fundamental course that will educate participants on the art of screen printing from start to finish including ink selection, fabric selection, creating screens, press set-up, and breakdown.”

Heat Transfer Materials, Dallas

May 23

This class explores trends in heat transfer materials and discusses terminology as well as what decorators need to get started.

Brother Direct-To-Garment, Houston

June 11

This session focuses specifically on Brother direct-to-garment printers. Hosts cover topics like maintenance, decorating ideas, and marketing products.

Screen Print Auto, Dallas

June 13 and June 14

This two-day course offers a hands-on experience with instruction on how to operate an automatic screen-printing press and maximize print shop efficiency. 

To see a full list of classes and register, click here.


Mike Clark

Mike Clark is a former contributing editor for National Business Media. Currently, he works as a freelance writer out of Denver, Colorado.

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