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Come and See the CutGuru Mascot at Booth 361 at SGIA

Thursday, October 05, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Milwaukee, WI - MCT, the leading innovative digital print finishing solutions company, is pleased to introduce its CUTGURU Mascot at SGIA 2017.  We will have the “GURU” mascot at this show – but please note that as a professional mascot he does not talk! He will stay in MCT’s booth most of the day, but he does have certain booths he is invited to stop at from time to time, there are rules & regulations that he must follow to be invited back to next year’s Expo.  Please look for him in Booth 361, or around the show floor, as he will have small handouts directing people to “his” booth to get a CutGuru discount on bits, blades, mats, conveyors and other consumables for digital finishing. 

We will also be running a social media promo - take a picture with our mascot on the designated photo wall, post it on social media and receive a discount from CG.com. #ShowUsYourBits

MCT will also be featuring it’s complement of VersaTech2 cutters and Workflow software at its Booth. 

With its latest offerings, MCT Digital delivers real cutter value through the ability to efficiently handle more material types than any other single flatbed cutter in the world. It’s innovations, within its 5-year history, are more than our two largest competitors combined have achieved over the last 15-years. 

You owe it to yourself to take a good look at both the offerings of CutGuru, supplying the consumable needs of over 900 grand format printing and cutting companies as well as all the VersaTech2  1st Anniversary enhancements, being unveiled in New Orleans at SGIA 2017 - Booth 361 this month! Showcased are two 3.2-meter-wide tables; the first optimized with the new laser for cutting fabric and acrylics, and the second, to show the capabilities of the new router, knife and crease tools. Both will include automation and feeding capabilities, and as you would expect, always use CutGuru supplied bits and blades. 

 

 

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