Mutoh expands ValueJet printer range
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By News Desk
22 September 2011
The ValueJet 1624, shown here outputting images by Peter Verplanck, is suitable for a number of signage applications, says Mutoh
Two new four-colour printers have been added to Mutoh's ValueJet Eco Ultra printer range in the EMEA region. The series has been extended with the ValueJet 1324 54" (1.4m) and the ValueJet 1624 64" (1.6m) machines, which will be on display at a number of sign industry events around their launch in October. They are aimed at outdoor signage applications including banners, vehicle graphics, back-lit signage, POS displays and posters, as well as indoor items, says Mutoh.
The printers both feature new 1,440dpi piezo drop-on-demand print-heads, which Mutoh states will increase throughput and quality at higher speeds. In addition, the ValueJets include a recently developed keyboard and a new automatic sheet-off mechanism.
The new machines use Eco Ultra inks, which Mutoh states are non-VOC spreading and can produce prints with water and UV resistance of up to three years without the need for lamination. ValueJet printers also feature three digitally controlled heating elements for the pre-heating, ink fixation and drying of media, meaning no extra drying kit is required, adds Mutoh.
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