Learn from Dr. Gerry Ring at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and by hands-on work using the university's Fourdrinier pilot paper machine about paper formation and how it affects numerous other paper qualities, as well as how paper can be manipulated and improved.
This is the only course available that covers in detail:
Covers where, how and why raw materials are used
- Discusses formulation, testing and application of printing inks linked to raw material characteristics.
- Provides first-hand exposure to printing presses (offset, flexo and digital)
This training event is among the highest rated of all TAPPI courses! Offers introductory- and intermediate-level content covering technology, including “what” happens, and “why” things happen. This course provides the foundation for learning advanced topics more quickly. Learn from one of the most well-known and enthusiastic instructors, Dr. Michael Kocurek.
Receive a FREE pass to the CorrExpo 2019 Exhibit Floor by attending.
This course helps students increase their understanding of the corrugated bonding process, including factors and variables that impact bond performance, determining proper bonding settings, glue line analysis, combined board caliber and process centerlining. It also helps students identify the causes of warp and how to correct warp with coated liners.
This course focuses on the fundamentals of pigment coating as well as market uses and key proponents of paper for good coating. It is ideal for paper coating professionals who are new to the industry as well as those who have some experience in the business but are now in need of understanding of the basics of coating.