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The Sheetfed Offset Lithographic Press

The Sheetfed Offset Lithographic Press

The Sheetfed Offset Lithographic Press

Mr Dillon Mooney
Mr Dillon Mooney
on behalf of Printing Industries of America

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$ 195.00 $ 195.00 $ 195.00
$ FREE $ FREE $ FREE
Normal Price: $ 195.00 FREE

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Launch date: 07 Apr 2017

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Last updated: 05 Jul 2017

Reference: 177763

$ 195.00 $ 195.00 $ 195.00
$ FREE $ FREE $ FREE
The Sheetfed Offset Lithographic Press
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This course is only available to trainees 30 days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

This course deals with the operation of the sheetfed lithographic press and the lithographic process. Students will understand the fundamentals of sheetfed press operation, and the complex interactions of the lithographic process.

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Fundamentals
Understand the fundamentals of sheetfed press operation, and the complex interactions of the lithographic offset process
Mr Dillon Mooney

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Mr Dillon Mooney
on behalf of Printing Industries of America

Dillon is a Technical Consultant whose primary responsibilities at Printing Industries of America include manning the Technical Inquiry Desk, answering an average of more than 1,500 queries a year, and managing the sales, support, and manufacturing of process control devices (test forms, color bars, light indicators, etc.). He is a certified trainer of the Sheetfed Offset Training Simulator (SHOTS) and handles the sales, support, and training for all press simulation software distributed by Printing Industries of America. Dillon is also responsible for conducting and publishing the results of the annual survey of Management Information Systems (MIS) used in the industry. Over his 35 year career with Printing Industries and its predecessor, Graphic Arts Technical Foundation (GATF), Dillon has been a multicolor web offset and sheetfed offset press operator, assistant supervisor of the pressroom and bindery, and technical consultant. He taught in many of the pressroom and bindery workshops offered by GATF, as well as taught graphic communications classes for Carnegie Mellon University and La Roche College. Dillon was Printing Industries’ 2009 Employee of the Year.

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