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Mutoh America, Inc. Announces Open Houses with Caldera Workshop Series

Monday, December 15, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Phoenix - Mutoh America, Inc., a leader in wide-format inkjet printers and cutters, today announced five open houses throughout 2015 at its nation-wide learning facilities. The open houses will include a two part Caldera RIP software workshop series presented by Caldera.  

The open houses will be held from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and will offer printing and software demonstrations, meet and greets with industry experts, food, refreshments, and door prizes. Participation in the Caldera workshops is encouraged and can help print shop owners, designers, printer operators and resellers with production planning and workflow maximization. The 2015 open house dates are as follows:

Open House Workshops

January 29     Los Angeles, CA

March 19        Atlanta, GA

May 7              Boston, MA

August 13      Chicago, IL

October 1       Phoenix, AZ

Caldera will conduct two software training classes during the open houses. In the morning, attendees can join "Basic Introduction to Caldera," to gain a better understanding of the software's interface and core functionality. Attendees who join the afternoon session, "Enhancing Your Workflow," will dive deeper into profiling, spot colors and automation.

Mutoh's recent partnership with Caldera on their Mac based Mutoh Edition RIP software solution provides Macintosh users an excellent opportunity to learn more about this new package, and how to effectively drive their Mutoh ValueJet printers. 

While the open houses are free to attend, Caldera Workshop sessions are only $95 for one session or $139 for both morning and afternoon sessions. Space is limited, so register today at http://www.mutoh.com/company/events


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