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Mutoh launches dye sublimation printer

Apr 10, 2017
Mutoh launches dye sublimation printer

Mutoh Belgium, a subsidiary of Mutoh Holdings Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, involved in the sale of Mutoh hardware like professional sign cutting plotters and large-format full-colour piezo printers for commercial inkjet printing, sign & display, and direct-to-garment applications, has launched the ValueJet 1604WX (VJ-1604WX) wide format dye sublimation printer.

Available immediately, the new single head high quality 64” (162 cm) wide budget-friendly dye sublimation printer will fit the needs of start-up and established businesses looking for a wider printer to increase their portfolio of digital transfer decoration, fashion and objects. The new Mutoh VJ-1604WX offers an excellent return on investment performance.

Standard delivered with a motorised 30 kg take-up system and professional RIP software, the affordable ValueJet 1604WXCMYK printer is suited for volume production runs as well as short print runs of high quality in-store textile decoration and displays, textile banners, pop-ups, sportswear, personalised home decoration, gadgets, transfer to rigid objects like mugs, cups, mouse pads, snowboards, etc.

Engineered & manufactured in Japan, the VJ-1604WX integrates the proven and multi-awarded Mutoh ValueJet print technology & reliability. Featuring a high level of operator comfort, print production efficiency as well as high print quality and precision, the compact ValueJet 1604WX includes a variable drop 8 channel print head, allowing output resolutions up to 1440 x 1440 dpi. The piezo print head is capable of firing drops from 3.5 pl up to 21 pl.

Delivering typical production speeds up to 22 square metres/hour at 360 x 1080 dpi (3 Pass); the ValueJet1604WX will print on common dye sublimation transfer papers and can handle 2” and 3” core rolls. The printer comes with a stand, a non-motorised roll-off system and a motorised winder system for media rolls up to 30 kg, for straight winding of finished prints, which is particularly important for easy after-treatment.