FOREVER Multi-Trans, Tattoo and Waterslide 101

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FOREVER Multi-Trans, Tattoo and Waterslide 101

Join our expert instructor and learn how to profit from laser/LED printing by using the latest self-weeding/no-cut transfer media from FOREVER.

This webinar explains everything you need to know about the extremely popular FOREVER self-weeding transfer papers; Multi-Trans for hard surfaces, Waterslide for heat-sensitive surfaces and Laser Tattoo Paper for temporary tattoos.

During this webinar we will demonstrate the production processes involved for each paper type. The most suitable substrates for application, ideas for market opportunities and answer any questions that you may have.

All webinar attendees will also receive a FREE sample pack of media and products courtesy of our partners FOREVER and OKI Australia.

Webinar agenda:

  • What is FOREVER Multi-Trans media?
  • What equipment is required?
  • Production process, tips and techniques
  • What is FOREVER Laser Tattoo media?
  • What equipment is required?
  • Production process, tips and techniques
  • What is FOREVER Waterslide media?
  • What equipment is required?
  • Production process, tips and techniques
  • Market opportunities and ideas

Who should attend?

Would you like to know more about the FOREVER self-weeding transfer processes and media? Then this webinar is for you. If you are already using other FOREVER media such as Flex-Soft or Laser-Dark and would like to expand the range of products you can produce, or if you already have a laser printer and would like to investigate alternative products and markets then this webinar is ideal for you.

Your instructor

Steve Poole

Steve Poole

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.