At FESPA in London, Ryonet will teach screen printing using redesigns of Riley Hopkins equipment powered by Ryonet's teaching methods.
Ryonet is taking screen printing teaching methods to international markets this June by exhibitiing at the company's first overseas trade show, FESPA—Federation of European Screen Printers Associations. At stand G55N, Ryonet will be launching the redesign of Riley Hopkins, powered by Ryonet.
The FESPA show takes place at ExCeL Centre in London from June 25th – 29th. Ryonet will join over 650 exhibitors who encompass the very latest equipment, technology and consumables for wide format digital print, narrow format digital print, screen and industrial printing, garment decoration, and textile.
Ryonet trains and teaches about screen printing in the United States and distributes supplies for screen printing. Over the past eight years the company has helped more than 4000 screen printers with hands-on instruction that has increased their effectiveness as a printer, which contributes to their overall success. Customers range from screen printing hobbyists to professional high-volume print shops.
Ryonet has seen tremendous growth in its International sales revenue year after year. The company has now sold into 106 countries and established distributors and resellers in over 20 countries across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, South America and Oceania.
Immediately following the FESPA show, Ryonet will take its award winning training and education on the European road for the first time—running four full-day classes in the UK, France and Germany. The courses will teach screen print best practices to optimize results in screen print art and color separations, darkroom and pre-press, setup and registration and on press printing production. Attendees will print white ink on a dark garment, gradient print on a light garment, four color process on a light garment and simulated/spot process on a dark garment. Ryan Moor, CEO and founder of Ryonet, will be travelling to attend the FESPA show and teach classes.
For more information, please contact Richard Biggs, Ryonet’s International Channels Manager: email@example.com.
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