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RYOBI MHI to Sponsor “Commit to Print” Open House in Atlanta, GA

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

RYOBI MHI 925 LED-UV Press Highlighted in Live Production Demonstrations

MARIETTA, GA - RYOBI MHI Graphic Technology, Ltd together with Graphic Systems North America (GSNA) will host the “Commit to Print” Open House at their demonstration center in Marietta, Georgia on July 21-22, 2015. Print industry professionals and journalists are welcome to attend the free event. 

“I know that commercial printers will be pleased to see live production demonstrations of the RYOBI MHI 925 press featuring LED-UV and Smart RPC Technology”, states Don Barbour of GSNA. “We are also honored to have Kozac Takata, Manager of International Sales and Marketing, provide an overview of product development and the latest news from RYOBI MHI Graphic Technology, Ltd. in Japan.” 

A special feature of the “Commit to Print” Open House will be a panel discussion of commercial printers, who will offer insights into how they have expanded their commercial print business by leveraging RYOBI MHI technology. In addition, Xitron will demonstrate the latest Sierra prepress workflow built on the Adobe Print Engine. Attendees will also be interested in the technology demonstration from CRON-ECRM featuring their latest CTP and printing plate technology.

The “Commit to Print” Open House is part of RYOBI MHI’s continued efforts to help printers in North America increase productivity and efficiency. The RYOBI MHI Demonstration Center is located at Paper Handling Solutions, 2150 New Market Pkwy, Suite 108, Marietta, GA. Register now for this event.


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