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MADE Lab Brings Back Live Education to the Print Industry
MADE Lab, Fort Worth, Texas, has announced various education classes for 2022.
These classes collaborate with top industry companies and social media influencers to offer a new way for apparel decorators of all experiences to learn about expanding their business and dive deeper into their craft, according to the organization.
“We need a formal place for the education of the industry, to bring the best and brightest minds together to learn from each other in a state-of-the-art environment where we have all decoration technology represented,” says Tom Davenport, partner at MADE Lab. “We want MADE Lab to be the center of the universe for apparel decoration.”
Features and benefits of these classes include hands on training, workshops, and immersive events:
• Screen Printing 101 Live: Learn basic to intermediate screen printing skills.
• Print Makers Series: Learn to screen print at home with Vinyl stencils.
• MADE to ROQ: Dialing in Automation in Screen Printing.
• Screen Makin’: Intermediate to Advanced Screen Making and Darkroom Training
• Master Embroidery: Beginning to Intermediate Embroidery Processes.
• MADE 2 Hustle: The Influencer Approach to grow your side hustle.
• Print Hustlers: Bringing ideas and connection to the Printavo community.
Custom Training & Certifications
• Customized consulting and training in shop or on site along with future certifications programs for all levels of the decorated apparel industry.
For more information on the classes, dates, and upcoming events, click here. — D.S.
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