Enovation Brings Together Mutoh, Seal to Help Printers Make Move to Wide Format
Press release from the issuing company
VALHALLA, N.Y. (Oct. 13, 2005) - Enovation Graphic Systems has formed a partnership with Mutoh America, Inc. and Seal Graphics to bring the power of wide format printing to traditional offset printers, helping them make a good impression with added capabilities.
"Mutoh is the largest manufacturer of outdoor wide format printers in the world and Seal is the industry’s leading manufacturer of finishing equipment and consumables," says Tod Ratcliffe, Enovation’s prepress product manager. "Combine those two with Enovation’s national sales force and service organization, and we’ve created a very unique team, poised to help printers venture into this new area."
As part of this new agreement, Enovation also presents the Seal/Mutoh Rebate Program, which offers customers a rebate of up to $2,000 directly from the manufacturer when a printer and laminator are purchased together. The new bundles feature Mutoh’s line of Falcon outdoor printers, ranging from 38" to 62", and Seal’s 44 Ultra, 62 Ultra C and 62 Ultra S laminators.
The Mutoh Falcon Outdoor inkjet printer is built on Mutoh’s proven platform, using Mutoh America’s eco-solvent plus outdoor inks. With resolution settings from 360 dpi to 1,440 dpi, and maximum widths of 36", 48" and 62", the Falcon Outdoor family provides for a wide range of output on a variety of media without the need for ventilation. Additionally, every Falcon Outdoor printer includes a starter set of ink, and the Mutoh Edition PhotoPRINT SE Software.
Enovation will also offer laminators from Seal Graphics, which offers a comprehensive choice of commercial, wide format roller laminators. In addition to offering professional finishing capabilities such as encapsulation and single sided lamination, Seal laminators provide an effective and easy way to mount prints on various substrates for use in multiple applications. Models included in the program vary from 44" to 62" in finishing capability and each machine is profiled for either new or experienced users and incorporates cutting edge features for optimum functionality, safety, value and ease of use.
The Seal/Mutoh Rebate Program will run through Dec. 16, 2005.
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