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Mutoh America, Inc. Adds ONYX to RIP Software Workshops

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

located at Mutoh's corporate Learning Facility in Phoenix, Arizona

Phoenix - Mutoh America, Inc., a leader in wide-format inkjet printers and cutters, today announced that an ONYX Dye-Sublimation/Textile workshop will be added to its list of RIP software workshops.  The Session will be held at Mutoh's newly renovated corporate Learning Facility in Phoenix on June 23, 2015.  This will be a working session split in two parts:

9-Noon Intro to ONYX RIP Software, with an overview of software tools in the new ONYX Textile Edition RIP solution.

1-4 Enhancing your ONYX Workflow, covering more advanced topics such as profiling, spot colors and automation.

A representative from Expolinc will also be on hand, showing off their latest in display solutions for trade shows, outdoor advertising, promotions and more.  Come see the complete workflow using Onyx and printing on a ValueJet, then learn how to incorporate the finished product into a working application with the use of Expolinc display systems.  You'll get cool and unique application ideas using dye-sublimation and hear real life ROI examples to explain just how profitable the dye-sublimation solution can be.

Space is limited so register today at www.mutoh.com/company/events and come learn more about ONYX's new Textile edition RIP software. See firsthand how you can improve your current workflow and turn dye-sublimation printing into a new profit center for your business.


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Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
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