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Mutoh New Product Launch a Success at SGIA

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Mutoh America Inc. showcased the newest additions to the ValueJet printer line at this year's SGIA Expo in New Orleans. The launch of Mutoh's new ValueJet 1204GA and ValueJet 1638 printers generated excitement in the wide-format industry.

The 48" ValueJet 1204GA prints on Mutoh's own pre-grommeted and pre-welded Ready2Print banner material. The 1204GA is the first of its kind in the industry and eliminates the need for costly grommet presses and next-day jobs. SGIA attendees were able to personalize and take home banners using PrintSite's interactive banner site. The 1204GA retails at only $11,995!

Mutoh's 64" ValueJet 1638 printer has blazing fast print speeds, up to 545 square feet per hour, and vivid print quality. The staggered dual-head design allows for users to print multiple banner and other roll-to-roll jobs in just minutes. The 1638 retails at only $29.995!

"The SGIA trade show was an effective and exciting show for us," shares Brian Phipps, General Manager or Mutoh America Inc. "Mutoh's new and innovative products generated a positive response and will change the current wide-format marketplace. We look forward to future shows and continued growth of the ValueJet family."

Daily demonstrations also took place on the ValueJet 1324, 1624 and 1608HS printers and Mutoh's ColorVerify process control system.

Other products showed included the Kona 1400 cutting plotter, concept flatbed printers, GBC laminator, Fletcher-Terry multi-substrate cutter and AcryliPrint FusionProcessor.

The SGIA trade show was held in New Orleans from October 19th through 21st. For more information on Mutoh America Inc. and its products 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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