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ColDesi launches online training for Rhinestone Machines
Jun '13
ColDesi, Inc. a distributor of tee shirt decorating systems, including direct-to-garment printers, commercial embroidery machines and rhinestone transfer equipment announces the launch of a Free Online Training Program for CAMS.

The first apparel decorating system to be a part of the free online training program is the CAMS 1V-2P Automatic Rhinestone Transfer Machine. The 1V-2P is a commercial quality rhinestone transfer producer that places up to 2 colors and sizes of Hotfix rhinestones directly onto transfer paper at up to 150 stones per minute.

Training for the rhinestone machine includes several sessions:

- Basic set up of the machine with accompanying YouTube Videos walk customers through initial set up tasks.

- An Exam to help verify competency and that the customer has everything they need to progress through training.

- Live Webinar where a CAMS Rhinestone machine trainer works with a small group, live online, in using the included rhinestone design software, creating and outputting designs to the CAMS machine.

- Customers also get a link to a recording of the live session that they can review at their leisure.

These online training sessions were created for customers who cannot attend classroom training at ColDesi’s Florida, California or New Jersey training centers. Management sites training programs, both in person and online, as key factors in the long term success of their apparel decorating business customers.

The company indicated that these live, free training sessions would soon become available to their Direct to Garment Printer customers and SWF Embroidery Machine buyers in the coming months.


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