First Series of Presstek DI University Training Courses Are Sold Out
CHESTERFIELD, Mo. - July 13, 2018 - Mark Andy Inc. today announces that the first series of Presstek DI certification courses are sold out. Presstek DI University, introduced earlier this year, provides customers of all levels with training to master the Presstek DI digital offset presses. The sold-out training sessions are a 5-day intensive for entry-level operators of the Presstek DI 34 presses. Participants will learn how to maintain production costs and improve efficiencies to get jobs out the door faster — with higher quality — day in and day out. The hands-on training will take place in July at facilities in Georgia and California.
Due to high demand for the Presstek DI certification training, Mary Andy will be adding more sessions for beginner and advanced DI operators.
“The response to the Presstek DI classes has been far greater than anticipated. The training courses were booked within two days of the program’s introduction,” comments Ralph Jenkins, Director of Sales for Mark Andy Print Products, Mark Andy Inc. “The DI certification gives operators the know-how to maximize the DIs and produce the highest quality output with the market’s best-valued digital offset press.”
Presstek DI University was launched in February 2018 to help customers improve press utilization and reduce operating costs. The training is offered to DI owners worldwide as a part of the My DI program. Participants receive hands-on experience to learn how to improve job throughput, minimize make-ready, and maximize operational and environmental efficiencies.
The 5-day DI certification training includes real-world pressroom strategies to improve overall production figures. Participants will also gain experience with general machine maintenance procedures, ink management, PDSE / densitometer usage, roller/blanket maintenance and adjustment, and substrate set up.
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