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Mutoh successful at USSC Trade Show

Monday, December 13, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Phoenix, AZ., Atlantic City, NJ - Mutoh has a large presence once again displaying their latest printing technology, cutting plotters and application demonstrations at the United States Sign Council trade show. The trade show took place December 2-4 at the Atlantic City Convention Center in New Jersey.
 
The main attractions were: the ValueJet 1304-54", which ran printing demonstrations on grommet media provided by Cambridge Canvas, the ValueJet 1608HS- 64" Hybrid with a built in spectrophotometer, a versatile printer that can print on both rigid and roll substrates, and the Mutoh Application Station, a hands-on display system that showcases different products that can be created with Mutoh printers.
 
"The Mutoh booth at USSC was a traffic stopper. Visitors enjoyed watching our printing and cutting demonstrations. Our application station was a great success, we are constantly trying to teach and expand imagination. We will definitely gain new clientele from this show," shares Brian Phipps, General Manager of Mutoh America Inc.
 
Mutoh's eye-catching ValueJet 1628TD-64", Mutoh's soft signage printer was also shown. Capable of running on two types of ink simultaneously, The ValueJet1628TD-64" runs up to 447/sq/ft/hr with the NEW Dual Head Design. Perfect for any print job, the 2628TD-100" is also available.
 
Other products Mutoh showcased were:
The ValueJet 1614-64", "The Wrapper's Choice" printer.
The Fletcher-Terry Company will demonstrate their FSC Substrate Cutter.
The Kona Cutter 55", an easy vinyl handling cutter that ensure the finest cutting quality with excellent tracking.  Kona Cutters are also available in 30" and 65" sizes.

 

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