2019 Direct Print on Corrugated Substrates Series

Renton, Washington
Tuesday, June 04, 2019 to Thursday, June 06, 2019

Color is one of the best ways to influence buying decisions. This course covers the definition of color, viewing conditions, and color evaluation tools and equipment as well as how to: identify a color, request matched ink from the ink manufacturer, interpret color data and manage ink on the press to maintain color.

Monitoring and Controlling Color June 4-6, 2019

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Color is always important to the client and they expect the color they selected to appear on the corrugated container. Color failure in the pressroom results in sales loss or spoilage for the customer.
This hands-on course allows participants to mix and match ink colors in the lab and then demonstrate their comprehension and abilities on press. Real world application allows for the retention of material and the ability to implement knowledge using a deliberate and efficient process when you return to your facility.
Apply learned color theories in an environment that provides the opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge.

Learning Outcomes:

Standardization and Equipment Utilization/Acquisition; Accurate Establishment of Ink Supplier and Pressroom Expectations; Ability to Create Color Control Procedures; Understanding Color Variation Tolerances; Accurate Data Interpretation to Create Color Variation Corrections

Cordes Porcher

Cordes Porcher brings over 25 years of experience as a leading Process and Graphics Specialist in flexographic printing. His instruction and research have led to improved equipment functionality and advanced material utilization both nationally and internationally.These efforts have resulted in new markets and opportunities for the participating suppliers and manufacturing companies. Most importantly, his instruction has broadened the knowledge base of the manufacturing staff, resulting in increased value of the staff through their understanding of the process.

Cordes is known industry-wide for his former position as the Facilities Director for Clemson University's Printing and Converting Research Center. As Director, he developed the successful direct print corrugated program for instructing both the university students and the corrugated industry staff. There was also an extensive amount of research and development into new products, materials and procedures during his tenure there, with many of the results in utilization today. His departure from the academic environment at Clemson allowed his skills to be utilized on site worldwide. His employment with an equipment manufacturer and independent and integrated converters has allowed the industry to prosper from his background through on-site evaluations, testing and instruction.

As an authority in flexographic printing, he is often seen judging print competitions and conduction speaking engagements at various TAPPI, AICC, Package Printing, and FTA events. Cordes is an international, published author of numerous articles on the flexographic process. He has been honored by Clemson University for services to the Graphic Communications Program.

F. Cordes Porcher

In France:

Check Five Productions
51 rue Pierre Brunier
69300 Caluire et Cuire, France
(Email) [email protected]

(Mobile) 011 33 6 10 67 33 11 or 06 10 67 33 11 in France

F. Cordes Porcher

 

In the US:

 

Check Five Productions

1100 SW 27th St.

Renton, WA 98057

(Email) [email protected]

(Office) 425-227-0300 ex. 141

(Mobile) 908-448-7912

Learning Outcomes:

Standardization and Equipment Utilization/Acquisition; Accurate Establishment of Ink Supplier and Pressroom Expectations; Ability to Create Color Control Procedures; Understanding Color Variation Tolerances; Accurate Data Interpretation to Create Color Variation Corrections

Register by May 4 for Early Bird Rates

             Early Bird        After May 4
Individual Meeting Registration                  
 Member           $1550       $1760
 Nonmember           $1700        $1900 
 Join or Renew TAPPI           $1590        $1800 
 Join or Renew Young Professionals           $1515        $1725 
                     
Group Meeting Registration (per person)3+ people from the same location                  
 Member           $1475       $1685 
 Nonmember           $1590        $1800 
 Join or Renew TAPPI            $1490       $1700
 Join or Renew Young Professionals           $1415        $1625 

Cancellation Policy:
If you find that you have to cancel, your full registration fee will be refunded if TAPPI's Registration Department receives written notification (fax acceptable at +1.770.209.7206) by May 4, 2019. Please note: There will be a 25% refund for all written cancellations made after May 4, 2019 but no later than June 3, 2019. After June 3, 2019 no refunds can be issued. Substitutions, however, will be accepted any time without a penalty.

Refund:
100% - Cancellation received by May 4, 2019
50% - Cancellations received after May 4, 2019 and no later than June 3, 2019
NO REFUND- Cancellations received after June 3, 2019

Note:
1) Program coordinators reserve the right to cancel the program due to insufficient student enrollment or move students to a class offered at an alternative time. Should either event prove too difficult for a student, a full refund will be provided.
2) The utilization of the funds for an alternative program must be done within one year of the start of the canceled program.

Learning Outcomes:

Standardization and Equipment Utilization/Acquisition; Accurate Establishment of Ink Supplier and Pressroom Expectations; Ability to Create Color Control Procedures; Understanding Color Variation Tolerances; Accurate Data Interpretation to Create Color Variation Corrections

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