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Mutoh Announces 64" Dual Head Printer

Friday, June 19, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Phoenix, AZ -- Mutoh America Inc. announces the ValueJet 1618A - 64" versatile high performance dual-head printer with speeds up to an astonishing 480 sq/ft/pr/hr in production mode using Mutoh's Eco-Ultra Ink.

 "The Dual-Head ValueJet 1618A printer is perfect for high production printing on durable graphics using coated and uncoated media at a price you can afford," says Randy Rickert, Vice President/GM of Mutoh America Inc. "The ValueJet 1618A printer provides rapid return on investment thanks to hassle free versatile performance, saving time and money!"

The ValueJet 1618A produces impeccable print quality with Mutoh's Drop-On Demand-Piezo Drive Method, using Mutoh's patented Intelligent Interweaving Print Technique (i2) that virtually eliminates banding. To keep up with the high print speeds, the media-drying system includes individually controlled pre, platen, and post heaters.

The ValueJet 1618A is comprised of 2 heads (180 nozzles x 8 lines), 12 printing modes with resolutions of 1440/720/540 dpi, a maximum roll media weight of 67 lbs and print widths up to 63.97" wide. Mutoh's new ValueJet 1618A – 64" printer prints directly onto full-color posters, banners, backlit panels, POS displays, signs, and stickers. Also available is the ValueJet 1618A-HD model that includes a heavy duty take up system that holds up to 220lbs of media for longer unattended printing capability.

Eco-Ultra Ink is available in 1000ml ink packs. The new ValueJet 1618A printer includes a 1 year on-site warranty and Onyx Mutoh Edition RIP Software. The ValueJet 1618A- 64" printer is available for shipping in July 2009, priced at only $29,995.00. For more details please visit www.mutoh.com

 

 

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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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