Lawson Screen & Digital Products Announces Academy Classroom Series

Classes take place through the end of 2017 and early 2018 at both the St. Louis and Atlanta-area locations. 

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ST. LOUIS-Lawson Screen & Digital Products announces multiple training sessions as part of its Academy Classroom series. The Lawson Academy series offers hands-on instruction for a variety of apparel decoration and graphics-focused techniques.

Classes take place through the end of 2017 and early 2018 at both the St. Louis and Atlanta-area locations. Each class instructor “has been a professional screen printer, vinyl decorator, and graphic artist for more than 30 years,” the company states.

Topics include screen printing, direct-to-garment, and sublimation, as well as artwork instruction.

The current schedule includes:

Textile Tech: Two-Day Screen Printing Class
A two-day screen-printing workshop featuring hands-on printing instruction.

Art-Smart: One-Day Screen and Digital Printing Artwork Class
This class covers the basics of graphics suites Photoshop and CorelDraw, specifically for screen printing, sublimation, digital, and transfer printing.

One-Day Dark Garment Screen-Printing Class
A completely hands-on course designed for screen printing dark garments, also featuring a Q&A session. Lawson limits this class to eight attendees.

One-Day Automatic Screen-Printing Class
A smaller class session which focuses on Lawson-specific automatic screen-printing presses.

One-Day Digital/Sublimation Printing Class
Lawson touts this class as a workshop on “digital basics” for the digital printing industry.

Epson F2000 Direct-to-Garment Training Class
This session features instruction on the Epson SureColor F2000 Direct-to-Garment printer as well as maintenance tips.

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