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antalis Packaging Day

The successful workshops that Antalis UK has been running for printers looking to expand their knowledge of new applications and opportunities have been developed to now include small format digital technology aimed at print service providers (PSPs) looking to expand their knowledge of new applications and explore opportunities to enable them to extend their services and increase revenue streams.

The successful workshops which have been running since September 2014, will take place at the company’s Digital Academy, based at its headquarters in Coalville, Leicestershire.

The Print, Foil, Cut and Crease your own packaging mock-ups workshop on 1st December is aimed anyone interested in bringing packaging mock-ups in house and/or wishing to learn all about the all new Oki white and clear toner technology. Topics and demonstrations will include creating professional folded boxes, cards and stickers in an office environment, exploring the effects of white and clear toner on specialist papers and boards and cutting and creasing prints to create short run production and mockups. There will be an opportunity for attendees to bring their own designs to trial on the day.

Alongside this workshop. Antalis have been working in conjunction with leading RIP Software Manufacturer Cadlink to develop workshops for users of the market leading Signlab RIP Software. The Intermediate workshop on the 10th November is designed for users who want to fast track their knowledge by exploring the many features in this market leading sign making software. The Advanced workshop on the 9th December is designed for advanced users who wish to become experts in using Signlab. The Signlab Workshops will be presented by renowned industry expert Bernhard Nische who is well known among his peers in the sign industry for his wealth of knowledge and unbounded enthusiasm.

Commenting on the continuation of the workshops, Giles Bristow, Antalis Digital Support Manager said: “The workshops have been a runaway success and following customer research we’ve decided to enhance our programme to include these new workshops, ideal for customers looking to enhance their knowledge.”

Places on the workshops are extremely limited. For more information or to book your place on one of the seminars, go to www.digital2business.co.uk/digital-academy or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.