LithecUSA's Tech Talk II to Showcase G7 Printing and LithoFlash Inline
LithecUSA exclusive provider of LithoFlash Inline, the premiere measurement and control system for offset printing – has announced the second Tech Talk event for June 18-19 in Indianapolis, IN. The event will explore the emerging trends in G7 printing as attendees will view and experience a live run of LithoFlash Inline.
LithecUSA's Tech Talk showcases printing industry pioneers and innovators. This season's event features G7 expert trainer instructor and inventor Don Hutcheson of HutchColor, who will be presenting the history and future of the G7 printing method. Also speaking will be Bernie Lacy, Vice President of LithoPress, explaining how the LithoFlash Inline system has improved their bottom line. The event will begin with an introduction from LithecUSA's Vice President of Sales, John Sweeney.
“It's an honor to host LithecUSA's Tech Talk II event and get a chance to gather print experts on the life-changing innovations we can see with the G7 method,” said Sweeney. “Our special guest speaker Don Hutcheson is a major figure in our industry and our event provides an informative, efficient way to learn about key printing trends.”
The venue for Tech Talk II will be at The Columbia Club in downtown Indianapolis Hotel, walking distance to the St. Elmo Steak House. If you're interested in being a guest at LithecUSA's Tech Talk II event, please contact John Sweeney at email@example.com or (412) 983-3997.
With the LithoFlash Inline, LithecUSA promises new technology for existing presses, making it more cost effective for printers to increase plant productivity and compete with other print providers without having to purchase new equipment. Made available in 2014, the inline measurement and closed-loop control system innovates existing presses by reading and adjusting color without operator intervention. For more information, visit lithecusa.com.
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