“Digital printing in textile and gift items has taken a big leap and the demand is ever increasing. It has the advantage of low volume printing with great sharpness. However, as it happens in unorganised sector, the methodology of printing and understanding of colours is not consistent across vendors and this has created a wide gap of “know-how”,” said Hemanshu Desai of Venus Infotech.
The four-hour session is expected to cover the basics of sublimation printing and provide hands-on experience too. The topics include ‘Basics of Photoshop, profile use, understanding of colour management, printing methodologies and importance of heat transfer.
“We will also show the sublimation process for polyester, cotton, and gift items. Participants will print and make one sample which they can carry with them,” said Desai.
The classes which are hosted on the first and third Saturdays of the month is said to be restricted to a maximum of five participants per session.
Next five sessions:
18 November 2017 and 2 December - Full
23 December 2017, 6 and 20 January 2018 - Seats available