Minnesota-based Johnson Plastics Plus hosts a heat transfer technology showcase on Thursday, April 12th, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) at its Columbus, Ohio, branch, located at 8273 Green Meadows Dr. North, #100, Lewis Center, Ohio.
Seminars will be conducted in the training room. Following the seminars, the session will move into the showroom where product demonstrations will be held.
The focus is on OKI Data printers. According to director of marketing Jessica Heldman-Beck, the company chose to cover this topic after seeing an increasing interest from customers looking to diversify their businesses. For example, she says, “Customers who own lasers are looking at the various ways they can add full-color printing to their product offering.”
Heldman-Beck adds, “Our presenters and team have extensive industry experience. They will provide a general overview of the various types of equipment and how easily a customer can add new printers and processes to grow their business.”
“Our presenters and team look forward to meeting visitors from the local area,” she says. “We love spending time with customers and learning more about their businesses and what they need to be successful.”
The event is free and open to the public. Register for the event by visiting Johnson Plastics Plus online.
The following day is “Technology Discovery Day” at the company’s Ohio location. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Eastern) there will classes on laser engraving; dye-sublimation; UV-LED printing with DCS; and heat transfer technology.