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Vehicle Wrap Demonstrations at GOA

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

MIAMI BEACH -- Colorful, bold, exciting and growing in popularity among marketers and consumers alike, vehicle wrap advertising has experienced 15% growth in recent years.  Now for the first time at Graphics of the Americas (GOA) 2009 (www.GOA2009.com), visitors will have the opportunity to see the latest vehicle wrap technology in live demonstrations and training sessions. GOA takes place February 26-28 in Miami Beach, Fla.

GOA has teamed up with two of the leading suppliers in the segment, Arlon and Mutoh America, to bring in the top professional graphic and wrap installers to showcase the best techniques, practices and products for flawless vehicle wraps. These free sessions will be held daily at the GOA Wrap Center located at the entrance of Hall A of the Miami Beach Convention Center.  

The advanced vehicle wrap technologies being demonstrated live at GOA 2009 include:

Arlon's DPF 6000X, specifically formulated for solvent, eco-solvent, and most UV printers is a 2-mil cast film featuring Arlon's X-Scape bubble free technology. This X-Scape technology film is ideal for fast and easy installation and doesn't compromise on adhesive strength. With an outdoor durability of 7 years, DPF 6000X is the perfect film for fleet or vehicle wraps, decals and markings over flat, corrugated, riveted and seamed surfaces. For more information, visit www.arlon.com.  
Mutoh America's ValueJet 1614-64" Printer. The company says that more wrappers choose Mutoh's ValueJet 1614-64" printer for:
1. Size - 64" is the perfect size to create one piece hoods with no seams.
2. Speed - Fastest printer in its class, printing speeds up to 183 square ft/hr in production mode.
3. Quality - Intelligent Interweave Print Technology (i2): Its increased accuracy and consistency of dot-to-dot contact improves the printed images with colors that pop and virtually no banding.

The ValueJet 1614 uses Mutoh's Eco Ultra Inks, and no ventilation is required.
Visit www.mutoh.com for more details.




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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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