Marcus Adler, managing director of Mutoh in Australia says, “The two big features on the new ValueJets are speed and quality. There have new Epson print head technology, and a spectrophotometer, Spectravue, which comes as standard on the larger printer and is an optional extra on the smaller machine to ensure any media can be accurately profiled for optimum colour fidelity.”
Spectravue works with the Onyx rip, and will assess any media, creating profiles in around 30 minutes. It adds around $2,000 to the cost of the smaller machine.
Mutoh has just announced a deal with Fuji Xerox I this country which will see the digital giant supply Mutoh printers as its primary solution in its wide format portfolio.
Also on the Mutoh stand were the Series 3 ValueJet hybrid flatbed and roll to roll printers. Adler says they enable printers to tackle the range of flatbed printing such as coreflute, foam pvc and foam core, especially when used with Spectravue, as those socks are not known for their consistencies.
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