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Digital2You, a distributor of digital printing products for the dye-sublimation market, announces two classes and an open house for the month of September. 

Digital2You Announces 3 September Events in Colorado


ENGLEWOOD, Colo.—Denver-based Digital2You, a distributor of a variety of digital printing products geared toward the dye-sublimation market, announces two upcoming classes during September, as well as an open house.

The first class on Wednesday, Sept. 18, is called Dye Sublimation 201—Intermediate to Advanced Techniques. Topics for the session include:

  • An expanded, detailed look at the dye-sublimation process (including RIPS and color profiling)
  • Best practices to establish a consistent quality control system
  • Advanced problem solving and troubleshooting

The class takes place from 9 a.m.–5 p.m., costs $299 and includes lunch and refreshments.

Find more information on the class here.

Dye Sublimation—ChromaLuxe Factory Training takes place the following day, Thursday, Sept. 19. This session features ChromaLuxe products and factory reps who will share valuable tips and techniques. Digital2You recommends this class for anyone interested in direct-to-garment printing, screen printing, graphics, or promotional products.

It's $49 and runs from 9 a.m. to noon.

Find more information here.

Industry professionals teach the sessions in small class environments. Classes include printed materials, as well as hands-on experience working with the company’s state-of-the-art digital imaging and printing equipment. Each class is archived and available for future use.

Additionally, Digital2You will also host a free open house at its Englewood, Colorado headquarters from 1–5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 19. Attendees can visit with industry reps, as well as see the latest printing and graphics technology on display.

All events take place at Digital2You’s Digital Technology & Learning Center located at 811 American Way, Unit 155, Englewood, Colorado.

For more information, visit www.digital2you.cc

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