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MUTOH America Lowers Price on ValueJet 1618-64" Printer

Press release from the issuing company

Phoenix, AZ. (September 06, 2008) - Mutoh America Inc., a globally recognized leader and manufacturer of large format commercial inkjet printers, has placed a price tag of $29,995 on the ValueJet 1618-64" Printer. 

Cutting back from the original price of $34,995 to $29,995, Mutoh America has decided to save your pocket $5,000 on a roll-to-roll (dual-headed) printer that is perfect for durable graphics on coated and uncoated substrates.  Up to 63.97" wide, with a maximum media weight/rigid of 67 lbs, the ValuetJet 1618-64" can print directly onto full-color posters, banners, backlit panels, POS displays, notices, signs, and stickers. 

The ValueJet 1618 uses Mutoh's patented Intelligent Interweaving Print Technology (i2): a revolutionary in the printing industry, the technique allows for increased print speeds and virtually eliminates banding.  i2 offers impeccable and consistent print quality.  In addition, you get increased dot gain control, allowing more latitude in profile settings.  The quality and clarity tied to the innovative, eye-catching graphics has revolutionized digital print operations.  

Mutoh America's ValueJet 1618-64" uses Eco-Ultra Ink, Mutoh's 3rd generation of eco inks, which provide a scratch resistant, durable, and vivid color output that lasts up to three years outdoors without lamination. The ValueJet 1618 printer allows print resolutions of 1440/720/540 dpi and is standard with an ink starter kit KCYM x 2 with a 1 year on-site warranty.  The Eco–Ultra Ink is available in 1000ml ink packs.  The media-drying system includes individually controlled pre, platen, and post heaters. 

Take advantage of Mutoh America's NEW price reduction on the ValueJet 1618-64" to produce brilliant results at a price you can afford.  The ValueJet 1618 has a versatile performance that saves time and money to bring a rapid return on investment.  ValueJet 1618- 64" shipping in October 2008.