From manual to fully automated, folder technology has progressed in recent years. Here at Heidelberg North America, we want to make sure your operators are up to speed with the latest application knowledge and know how to truly maximize the productivity in your finishing department. In order to ensure you’re receiving maximum value from your finishing department, we offer three different Stahlfolder Training Courses!
Here’s The Courses We’re Offering!
Power Basic Folding – January 22-24, 2019
A refresher class for folder operators to learn the best set-up for a variety of different fold schemes.
Power Performance Signature Folding – February 26 – 28, 2019
Our intermediate course that allows participants to see the impact of paper weight, grade and format on each of our three folders, from industrial to commercial, with a specific emphasis on 16-page signatures.
Power Commercial Folding – March 19 – 21, 2019
Find out how to maximize the inline productivity of your folder by completing many complicated folds and finishing techniques in this advanced course.
Each course consists of three 8-hour classes: offered Tuesday through Thursday from 8:00 am to 5:00 p.m. each day. Courses are taught at Print Media Center Atlanta located in Kennesaw, Georgia and will cover both manual and automated folders. In order to ensure proper instruction and that each of our participants are receiving the attention they deserve, we have a maximum of 3 students per course.
The cost of attending one of our Stahlfolder Training courses is nothing compared to the amount of knowledge our trainees will bring back to your business! Below we’ve listed out our cost per person offerings:
$1500 for 1 person
$1250 each for 2 people
$999 each for 3 people
**Our quantity discounts only applies to people from the same company**
Meet Your Trainer!
All Stahlfolder courses will be conducted by Eberhard “Ebi” Weinzierl who is our Postpress Application Specialist here at Print Media Center Atlanta. Ebi has been with Heidelberg for 11 years where he uses his knowledge to work with Heidelberg customers as well as R&D support. Prior to joining the Heidelberg team, he graduated with the highest German trade degree of “Master” of book binding, and operated his own book bindery in Germany.