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IKONICS Imaging Catalog

Through processes based in photochemistry, abrasive etching, chemical etching and other technologies, IKONICS participates in a diverse spectrum of markets. From traditional and high-tech screen printing, to decorative and industrial etching.

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Training and Education THE COLLEGE OF PHOTORESIST The IKONICS Imaging educational tradition continues with The College of Photoresist Sandcarving. These professional level glass etching seminars educate students in the art and business of creating high profit, etched glass products: awards, corporate gifts, individual gifts, and signage. Extended Artwork Training Extended artwork training is offered via GoToTraining���. This online webinar will be scheduled to meet before and after each school date. Enhance your knowledge in Adobe and Corel. Color Filling Learn how to color fill with the AirPen Pro and other professional paint fill applications. High Volume Production Learn how to produce the same high-quality graphic design from 10 to 10,000 pieces with tips and tricks presented with photoresist films and sandcarving equipment. Photoresist Training Produce photoresist masks with RapidMask��, UltraPro���, R3���, R5���, and PBVinyl���. UV Glue Applications Learn how to use UV glue for bonding glassto-glass applications. Advanced Sandcarving Techniques Produce professional sandcarvings that demonstrate multi-stage carvings, halftones, and compound curves for your showroom floor. Sandcarving Equipment Learn and discuss equipment including process and sandcarving. Low cost equipment will be presented as well as higher production, higher cost equipment. Follow us on: Generate Professional Artwork Learn, discuss and demonstrate creating artwork (including your personal images if requested) for photoresist using Corel and Adobe software programs. Items demonstrated include halftones, multi-stage carvings, shading, and compound curved surfaces. Working with Substrates Learn how to personalize or etch logos and commemorative wording on a variety of substrates including glass, crystal, mirrors, granite, ceramic, rock, brick, wood, and glassware. You are always welcome to bring your own substrates. www.ikonicsimaging.com 16

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