MUTOH ValueJet 1608-64” Hybrid Flatbed
“Reg price $49, 995…………………. Demo sale price only $ 29, 995”
Finally a flatbed with brilliant results at a price you can afford, reaching speeds up to 120 square feet an hour in production mode.
For the first time Mutoh brings you a printer you can use for both car wraps and rigid substrates. Mutoh’s new ValueJet 1608 – Hybrid printers print directly onto corrugated plastics, polystyrene, PVC, acrylic, Polycarbonate, foam board, aluminum composite, banner, wall covering and more.
Mutoh’s new MUBIO INK is composed of 80% plant derived substances, contains no harmful VOC’s and has faster drying times. The ValueJet Hybrid features drop–on–demand Micro Piezo Inkjet Technology. It is a 4-color printer with a maximum resolution of 1440 dpi, and automatic media thickness detection. The MUBIO INK is available in 880 ml ink packs.
Using Dynamic Variable Dot Imaging Technology, each ink droplet is individually adjusted to provide high speed and high quality with low ink consumption. Each head allows print resolutions of 1400 x 720 dpi, 1440 x 1440 dpi, 540 x 720 dpi and 720 x 720 dpi. The new printers incorporate Mutoh’s Intelligent Interweaving print technology (i˛ - pronounced i-squared) . Mutoh has taken a totally new approach with its i˛ technology. Ink is laid down carefully in optimized wave forms, not in straight lines used in traditional printing practices. This approach drastically reduces or even eliminates typical inkjet printing artifacts such as horizontal banding, step mismatch banding, ink mottle, etc. In short, i˛ will allow bi-directional printing of all images, even for the most critical jobs.
Order “INK” in Bulk & Receive Free Shipping!
(minimum qty. 8 cartridges)
Mutoh Eco Ultra Ink
220ml MSRP= $ 66. 99 Only $ 64ea.
440ml MSRP= $122. 99 Only $ 115ea.
1000ml MSRP= $250. 00 Only $ 235ea.
Eco One XG2 Ink
OEM “Pour Over” Replacement Ink
440ml Our Price= $84. 50
1 liter Our Price= $94. 50
Any questions? Please call 480-236-9846 or email laura@giantmedia. us for details.
Mar 2, 2011