MACtac® Graphic Products has announced Application Nation™ session dates and locations for the first half of 2012. Each one-day class will cover the basics of proper vinyl preparation and installation for a variety of applications.
At each session, attendees will learn how to process different films, how to prepare substrates, and best practices for successful vehicle wrap and architectural applications. Following the instructional portion, attendees will have the opportunity to implement the techniques by practicing with hands-on demos.
Session schedule and participating distributors include:
* April 3 – Milwaukee, WI – Big Systems
* April 11 – Virginia Beach, VA – D&L Supply
* May 2 – Stow, OH – MACtac
* June 27 – Cinnaminson, NJ – Pioneer Supply
* July 11 – Kansas City, MO – 123 Graphics
Application Nation is a community created specifically for applicators in the graphics industry. It’s a unique network of peers focused on enhancing standards in application discussion, education, ideas, trends and techniques. Citizens of Application Nation span the globe, representing several areas of expertise, and constantly strive to advance the craft, the technique and the business. Application Nation started in 2006 as an introductory course on vehicle wrap installation. Now the program’s one-day course focuses on the basics of vehicle wraps application, highlights architectural applications like walls, floors and windows, covers industry trends, and getting the most out of digital graphics.
Products featured in the sessions include: IMAGin® B-free® GRUV™ GV929BFD, RoughRAP™, StreetRAP™, B-free® Window Films, Tuning Films, wallNOODLE™, ROODLE™, and IMAGin® DecoSatin™. Each attendee will be provided with a tool kit and plenty of vinyl samples to use during the session. The cost to attend a session varies depending on the distributor but is usually less than $300 per attendee.
For more information on Application Nation sessions or to register, call a graphics representative at 866/622-8223 or email MACtac.Americas@bemis.com. You can also visit www.MACtac.com/Graphics and www.TheApplicationNation.com.