Students training in action

My new batch of students completed their one month’s training which involved many creative projects.

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

All projects, right from designing to printing were independently executed by them under our guidance.

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

In process color screen printing they were also trained how to use the densitometer in production effectively maintain correct press parameters to get consistent dot percentage as per the proof.

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

Various trouble shooting techniques were taught, like how to eliminate moiré in screen, how to linearize jobs in process color screen printing to get correct output, how to get rid of squeegee lines etc…

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

DMI Students - Batch 6

All arrangements are been made for their placements. I wish them all success in screen printing.

I thank Don Bosco’s principal Fr. Noble George and his entire team for inspiring this batch and keeping faith and trust in DMI’s activities.

Looking forward to welcome my next batch of students from various other institutes.

Finally getting ready for FESPA exhibition in Munich after completing my 3 road shows in Maharashtra (Nashik, Aurangabad & Pune).

In FESPA Munich I have a joint conference with Michel and I am quite exited about that. I will also see my Guru after a long time especially after his cancer surgery.

I will make all possibilities to post day-to-day proceedings about FESPA.

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