HW2_shapiro - Dustin Shapiro Gravure April 8th, 2008 HW2...

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Dustin Shapiro Gravure April 8 th , 2008 HW2 R.I.T’s annual Gravure Day is always something to look forward too. Personally, gravure seems to be the process that doesn’t seem to get as much attention, industry wise, here at RIT. This was my 2 nd Gravure day, and it’s good to hear from a variety of different people in different positions, at different companies. Gravure day is an awesome resource for students to hear current industry standerds and trends, as well as getting personal feedback for the job market in the rotogravure industry, and, as always, getting interview tips for students in the market for either co-op or full time opportunities. Other Gravure Days……
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CalPoly Gravure Day Logo RIT is not the only school to do gravure day, though. One school, California Polytechnical Instutite does one very similar to one here at RIT. The one at CalPoly is done usually in November but the layout is very similar. They also have different speakers that come from a variety of companies, including publishers, suppliers, asoociations and converters. One very similar thing that CalPoly does that closely resembles RIT is their annual student field trip to a gravure company, only theirs is in California. CalPoly also has opportunities to apply for gravure scholarships along with the gravure day speakers. Their 2007 speakers included Waler Vail of a paper supplier,
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2008 for the course GRAVURE 1 taught by Professor Chung during the Spring '08 term at RIT.

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HW2_shapiro - Dustin Shapiro Gravure April 8th, 2008 HW2...

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