As a certified HP printer engineer, you can show potential customers that you have the skills and training to identify and resolve printer problems. You can then recommend and implement solutions. To become an HP printer technician, you must pass an exam certification. Certification can also result in a partnership with HP as one of its service and repair technicians.
Typically, printing technicians use as prepress or press operators. Some employees may specialize in binding and finishing publications. Tasks may vary depending on the process and type of machine and may include digital or plateless technologies as well as conventional forms of printing such as flexography, engraving, typography, or lithography. Typically, print technicians are responsible for checking the quantity and details of an order, calibrating color controls, organizing pages, and operating the device. Additional tasks may include cutting, compressing, and collating printed pages for publication.