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Mutoh America Inc. at NBM Indianapolis Show

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Indianapolis, IN. – Mutoh America Inc. will showcase its ValueJet printer line, including the new ValueJet 1324-54" and ValueJet 1624-64", at the upcoming NBM trade Show in Indianapolis, IN. The show will take place at the Indianapolis Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium from June 9th through 11th.

Mutoh will be running printing and cutting demonstrations on the new ValueJets and Kona 1400 cutting plotter. The ValueJet 1324 and 1624 printers are an updated version to the previous ValueJet 1304 and 1614 printers. New print heads give the printers improved print speeds (up to 300 sqft/h on the 1324, and up to 313 sqft/h on the 1624), while still maintaining the remarkable ValueJet print quality.
With daily printing demonstrations, Mutoh will also showcase its new MP Ink on the ValueJet 1608HS-Hybrid printer. The Hybrid is one of Mutoh's most versatile printers which prints on both rigid and roll to roll substrates. Composed of 60 percent bio-based materials, Mutoh's eco-friendly MP Ink offers a wide color gamut with increased adhesion and abrasive characteristics.
As well as printing demonstrations, Mutoh will be partnering with GBC and The Fletcher Terry Company. GBC will be showcasing its 640t wide-format laminator; a top heat assist roll-to-roll laminator. Mutoh will be cutting rigid prints on The Fletcher-Terry Company's FSC Multi-Material Cutter. Both companies plan to offer show specials in conjunction with Mutoh.
Attendees are welcome to sign up for The NBM Show's Educational Station, a series of roaming seminars taught by industry professionals. Mutoh will be one of the many presenters, hosting the "Enhance Your Image and Reduce Your Costs" seminar. The seminar will focus on color management and how Mutoh makes it easy to obtain consistent color with the SpectroVue VM-10 spectrophotometer.
To learn more about The NBM Show, visit http://thenbmshow.com.


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