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Onyx Graphics Creates Onyx RIPCenter Mutoh Edition Software for Mutoh Toucan LT Inkjet Printer

Friday, April 01, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

MIDVALE, Utah, March 31 -- Onyx Graphics today announced it has created Onyx RIPCenter Mutoh Edition software for use in the Mutoh Toucan LT inkjet printer. This specially-designed software package will be available through Mutoh authorized resellers with the purchase of a Mutoh Toucan LT printer. Onyx RIPCenter Mutoh Edition software includes a PostScript, PDF and raster RIP; support for one active printer with multiple hot folders; automatic tiling; Onyx Quick Sets to customize workflow for various media types; and Onyx CUT-Server contour cutting support. It also includes support for additional Mutoh Toucan and Mutoh Falcon inkjet printers as well as the Mutoh Ultima series cutting plotters. "We chose Onyx Graphics to author our RIP software bundle because of the company's reputation as the gold standard for delivering workflow solutions for the large format digital color printing industry," said Randy Rickert, director of sales for Mutoh America, Inc. "Product features like powerful color management tools and upgrade and expandability options, combined with the excellent technical support program of Onyx Graphics, enable us to offer this bundle as a high value-add for our Mutoh Toucan LT customers." Mutoh Toucan LT large format color printers deliver production speeds and top image quality for outdoor printing applications. The two Toucan LT models -- 64-inch and 87-inch widths -- can print at speeds up to 800 square feet per hour. Print resolutions are up to 360 x 720 dpi. Toucan models use solvent, eco-solvent or mild-solvent inks for printing on a wide variety of uncoated media.

 

 

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