Week Two of FSEA Online Spring Summit Launches on Wednesday, May 5

Featuring Two Hours of Content on Metallic Decorating Design & Troubleshooting

Topeka, Kansas – Week Two of the Foil & Specialty Effects Association’s Online Spring Summit opens on Wednesday, May 5. To be held virtually, the FSEA Online Spring Summit will appeal to a wide segment of the print community: graphic designers, brand owners, commercial printers, print finishers and binders.

Week Two – Metallic Decorating Design & Troubleshooting – features an overview of the different types of metallic decorating processes and a discussion of how each fits for specific applications and run types.

The programming also includes a panel of technicians and industry experts (Bertrand Hayoz, Bobst; Andy Dvorsky, Dvorsky Press Services; and Sean Hurley, MCD Inc.) who share troubleshooting tips for foil stamping and embossing challenges.

And, since no project succeeds without great paper or board, Neenah will share the trends that are influencing the possibilities for design and embellishment.

The FSEA Online Spring Summit: Add Value to Print will be held one day per week through May 19. Each weekly event will have a distinct programming theme.

Week Two (May 5): Metallic Decorating Design & Troubleshooting

Week Three (May 12): Binding and Finishing Design & Troubleshooting

Week Four (May 19): UV Coating Design & Troubleshooting

Registration is open now at www.fseaconference.com.

For more information, call 785.271.5816 or visit www.fseaconference.com.

The Foil & Specialty Effects Association (FSEA) provides a wide range of resources to help print finishing companies remain profitable today and into the future. From tangible benefits offered through cost-saving programs to educational opportunities (conferences, webinars, case studies and articles) to sustainability initiatives proving the recyclabilty of foil decorated paper/board, the FSEA strives to provide its members with ideas, data and solutions to grow in today’s marketplace. For more information, visit www.fsea.com.


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