WEBINARS

UV printer web demo events

Join us for an upcoming educational UV printer web demo.

Taking a view of the market and analyzing printer options can be a daunting task. Please know that it doesn’t have to be! Attending sessions or watching recordings can be a great way to understand the features and benefits of a particular piece of equipment. Use any of the links below to join us for an upcoming live webinar.

Check back often as new dates are added regularly.

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JUN 14

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Team Lunch

Wed, Jun14, 12.00AM

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JUN 14

Get Together

Team Lunch

Wed, Jun14, 12.00AM

Campus

REGISTER NOW
JUN 14

Get Together

Team Lunch

Wed, Jun14, 12.00AM

Campus

REGISTER NOW

UV PRINTER DEMO FAQ

Why attend a UV printer web demo?

Ask questions that relate to your business and see the equipment in action. Equipment features are what they are. But benefits are unique to your business and process. Seeing the steps needed to decorate your products can go a long way in defining those BENEFITS.

What is covered during the demo?

In addition to machine specs, our team will discuss equipment operation, production costs, and the process steps to maximize output. Live printing will also occur throughout each session.

Can’t make the live UV printer demo?

Recordings are available. We are still available to answer your questions even though we won’t be there live with you. Simply email us at marketing@ids-digital.com and one of our print experts will respond as soon as they can.

Want us to UV print your products?

Great. Our Applications Team is available to test your products. Then you’ll have the printed output and applicable stats (print time/ink costs) to make an educated purchasing decision.

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