Understanding UV Printing
Want to learn how to print on virtually anything from glass to golf balls, pens to phone cases, USB drives to drink bottles? Then attend our Understanding UV Printing course and let the magic of UV direct printing transport you to a world that’s only limited by your imagination.
UV printing technology offers users direct-printing capabilities onto a virtually limitless range of three-dimensional media allowing quick and easy product customisation. In this course you'll learn how you can easily use UV as the cornerstone of a custom print and embellishment business and be one of the first in Australia to see the new Roland LEF2-200 flatbed UV printer in action.
On the day you'll learn and practice:
- What is UV printing?
- What can be achieved using UV print technology?
- An overview of the current generation Roland LEF UV printers
- How to make money with your printed products
- Live demonstrations
- Live product testing
- Q&A session with the GJS team
The Understanding UV Printing course is held in GJS' Sydney training facility and select non-NSW capital city locations on a regular basis. View the calendar for all upcoming course dates.
The course is limited to a maximum of 20 people to ensure maximum 1:1 time with the instructors.
*All course attendees also receive a $20 voucher to spend on the GJS website.
Ian started working at GJS straight out of high school in 1992 and soon after completed a mechanical engineering apprenticeship. He now works as part of Digital Sales team and loves dealing with GJS’ awesome customers.
A big baseball fan, he coaches in his spare time and when the sun goes down likes to chase the paranormal on ghost tours all around Australia - and the world! Ian really enjoys the diversity of the printing industry and has watched it evolve from screen and pad solutions, right through to today’s brilliant digital machines.
Hailing from 'sunny' Sheffield in the UK, Steve joined the GJS team in August 2014 after emigrating to Australia. Steve started his career in print at Sawgrass Europe and is an expert in digital printing with over seven years’ expertise in inkjet printer troubleshooting, maintenance and repair for desktop, large format inkjet and direct to garment printers.
He also has valuable skills in the area of colour management and the creation of ICC profiles and is a qualified Epson large format printer engineer. Steve has extensive experience delivering computer training sessions in his most recent role as Education & Technical Content Specialist at Sawgrass.