Heidelberg Demo Center Expands Training

KENNESAW, GA | Heidelberg announces that its Print Media Center in Atlanta, GA, (PMC ATL) will add training courses in an effort to enhance customer experience. In the month of February, the company has two training courses scheduled for Idealliance G7 Certification and Stahlfolder performance. 

“We are pleased to be able to offer training for our customers and industry organizations, along with continued internal training on state-of-the-art equipment here at the PMC Atlanta,” says Errol Moebius, director of PMC Atlanta. “By having the latest equipment, software, consumables, and services available, we will continue to develop training programs to suit the changing market needs.”

Kicking off PMC ATL’s shift to become more than just a demo center, it will host Idealliance’s G7 Training from February 6–8. Idealliance created G7 as an industry-leading set of specifications in order to achieve color consistency throughout all print processes. The method targets gray balance, is used to consistently hit desired color targets, and ensures a similar appearance amongst several different devices.

“Idealliance is proud to have Heidelberg host a G7 Expert & Professional training class,” says Jordan Gorski, Project Manager of Certification Programs at Idealliance. “As an industry leader in commercial and packaging printing, we’re proud to give attendees the opportunity to learn in a world-class facility with cutting edge print technology.”

The training class will certify participants as “G7 Experts” and “G7 Professionals.” G7 Certification is reported to be ideal for professionals who want to further their personal knowledge and skillset by becoming certified in G7 methodology for printing and proofing equipment. These individuals are certified in the field of color management, processing, and quality control utilizing G7 methodology. Training is led by instructors through practical hands-on experience. Certification is good for two years.

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