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RTI to Show its Vortex 4200 Wide Format Printer powered by Memjetat FESPA London 2013

Friday, June 07, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Kitchener, Ontario, CanadaReprographic Technology International (RTI), a leading industry supplier to both the digital production print and wide format print markets, will be showing its Vortex™ 4200 printer, powered by Memjet®, at London FESPA 2013, June 25-29.  

The Vortex™ 4200 printer will be co-located in the Sepiax Ink Technology stand, #N25N. The wide format printer targets several print applications, including CAD, AEC, GIS and point-of-sale graphics with a combination of speed and quality never before thought possible. 

Inside the Vortex™ 4200 is revolutionary Memjet technology with five printheads for single-pass wide format printing of uncompromised speed and quality. Compared to traditional inkjet, the Vortex 4200 prints many times faster for incredible job turnaround times and attractive total cost of ownership. 

RTI, along with Memjet, will be hosting an invitation-only cocktail reception with special presentations and demonstrations that showcase the benefits of this Memjet-powered printer from 5pm on Wednesday, 26th June, at stand N25N.

RTI first showcased the Vortex™ 4200 in February at an invitation-only preview event at Wrest Park in Bedfordshire, UK. According to Peter Barton, EMEA business director for RTI: “Feedback from the 160 attendees was very positive, resulting in both direct sales at the preview and, more importantly, a confirmation that our Vortex™ 4200 printer is well-positioned to deliver exceptional results and massive productivity gains for CAD, GIS and point-of-sale graphics printing.  One of our strengths is the ability to tailor solutions to the needs of our customers.  Since this preview event, interest in the Vortex™ 4200 has been high, and we have conducted customer installations within the UK and Israel. We are also nearing completion of additional dealer agreements within Europe. “ 

Yaacov Viedas, CEO for Rowe Israel says: “RTI has been helping me with my digital printing needs for many years, and has now brought me the latest in technology with the game-changing Vortex™ 4200 wide format printer.  With this machine, I can see big opportunities to help my customers streamline their print workflow and give them big savings in running costs, manpower, and space requirements.”   

Erik Norman, RTI’s vice president of sales and marketing said: “Momentum with the Vortex™ 4200 from both a technical and commercial perspective, has been exceptional.  Our partner, OWN-X, have already incorporated our initial voice-of-customer feedback from February that attendees will see at FESPA. European and UK dealer response has been positive, and we have solidified our 2013 North American launch plans, with dealer agreements in Canada and US close at hand. In addition to the Vortex™ 4200, RTI will showcase our complete family of Memjet-powered printers at this year’s Print 13 and SGIA shows in Chicago and Orlando, respectively. 

“With Memjet’s technology at the core of the Vortex™ 4200 printer, we are confident that RTI customers will see what matters most to them: increased wide format printing efficiency and productivity coupled with exceptional results,” said Mike Puyot, president of Memjet Wide Format. “We look forward to seeing RTI bring Memjet’s wide format technology to additional markets across the globe.”

RTI is also showing the Vortex™ 4200 at the Igepa Select 2013 event held June 13-15 in Potsdam, Germany.  

 

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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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