Professional Vinyl Application Sign & Heat Transfer Workshop

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Professional Vinyl Signs & Heat Transfer Applications Workshop


( Winter Sale Buy A Matrix Pro Plotter Cutter & Get FREE Software, Plus FREE Class)

This is an Intensive Hands On Learning Workshop. Class size is Strictly Limited to a Maximum of 8 People.

80% of the Class, You will be Standing and Learning by Doing with Your Own Hands. So, You can Get back to Your Shop and Start Making MONEY!

This course is taught using our Matrix Pro 24" Servo Drive Plotter & Dragon Cut Software but Most of the time is Spent on APPLICATION Tips and Tricks. So, users of All Cutters and Plotters are Welcome!

You will learn by Actually Doing;

* Laying out your design in the Sign Software
* Selecting the correct Vinyl for your job
* Operating the Matrix Pro Plotter
* Weeding Your Design
* Measuring and Marking for accurate application
* Practicing Applying Vinyl on Multiple of Substrates

Sign Part of class covers;
* Magnetic Signs
* Vinyl Banners
* Wall Graphics
* Vehicle graphics (not full wraps)

Heat Transfer Vinyl Graphics using Inferno Heat Transfer Press working on;
* Light & Dark Garments
* Measuring for Single Color placement
* Measuring to Align Multi Color applications

Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing, as this is an intensive Hands On Workshops. You will be doing EVERY Facet of Sign Making & Heat Transfer application

Class is held at
Atlanta, GA 30336

Professional Vinyl Sign & Heat Transfer Class is $195 per person
Class is from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Includes Continental Breakfast and Lunch.

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