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Stahls’ Offers March Workshop Wednesday Class Schedule
Stahls’, Sterling Heights, Mich., announced its March “Workshop Wednesday” educational series with classes in its Arizona, California, Florida, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas showroom and training facilities.
The sessions will focus on vinyl cutters, heat-transfer vinyl (HTV) and how to maximize investments in equipment and materials to grow a business via transfers.
The “Vinyl Cutter Boot Camp” will offer classes for Graphtec CE-6000 and Roland GS-24 owners and will cover basic operation and best cutting practices, CadworxLIVE free online designer, cutter software, increasing profits and more. The Roland class will be held March 13 and the Graphtec class will be held March 14, both from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., in California, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Texas. The cost is $19.95 per person.
“Heat Transfer Vinyl 101” will discuss the basics for selecting the right heat-transfer material, cutting, weeding and heat printing different HTV types and using special-effect media to boost sales. The class will be held March 13 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in Arizona, Florida and Ohio, at $19.95 per person.
“Heat Transfer Vinyl 201-Advanced” will allow attendees to explore the range of HTV options, including multicolor and mixed-media applications with glitters, foils and patterns, and learn about HTV layering. The class will be held March 13 from 2 p.m.-5 p.m. in Arizona, California, Florida, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas. It also will be offered March 14, at the same time, in California, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Texas, both at $19.95 per person.
For more details and to register, click here. — D.S.
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