Hot on the heels of Mutoh's XpertJet 461/661UF object printers winning another EDP award, the company has so far raised $4,000 for the Fred Hollows Foundation. Mutoh allocates $500 on every order received by COB on December 24th, for 2021 delivery.
|Mobile phone covers are just some of the hundreds of objects that can be printed on an XPJ 461 0r 661UF printer|
Mutoh has received a prestigious EDP award for its XpertJet 461UF / 661UF 'object printers.'
With only three days to run of the promotion where Mutoh Australia donates, to the Fred Hollows Foundation, $500 for every order received by COB on 24th December, it's a good time to place an order for 2021 delivery and installation.
Every year since 2007 Europe’s 20 leading trade magazines focused on digital production processes, united in the European Digital Press Association (EDP), evaluate, judge and honour the best products of the year introduced to the European market. The EDP Technical Committee judges the submitted products on the value of new technical abilities they offer. This can be innovation leading to improved speed, quality, usability and functionality or to reduced environmental impact as well as cost to the user.
“We are very proud to receive this prestigious and very valuable technical award for our new XpertJet direct to object printers”, says Nick Decock, Mutoh Europe’s Marketing Manager. “The EDP awards represent a strong point of reference for decision makers in the digital print industry.
For Mutoh it is a token of recognition and acknowledgement of the value of our research and development and the added value innovation in our products brings to customers. The new XpertJet DTO printers feature various product enhancements such as Mutoh’s new revolutionary Local Dimming Control Technology, resulting in an important productivity and quality boost as customers are able to produce multiple varnish effects in one table movement”, Decock concludes.
About Mutoh’s XpertJet 461UF/661UF Direct to Object Printers
Developed and manufactured in Japan, the new XpertJet A3+/A2+ sized desktop flatbed printers feature various product enhancements such as an extended print area, a new multi-language intuitive OLED display, new cosmetics and a new pioneering innovation called Mutoh’s Local Dimming Control technology.
The XPJ-461UF and XPJ-661UF printers will respond to the increasing demand for added value personalised prints and bespoke small-lot production of commercial and industrial print applications. Typical applications encompass personalised and/or branded gifts and souvenirs, packaging, prototypes, decorative tiles, circular objects (bottles), awards, figurines and models, custom components, small to medium format rigid signage and much more.
Both printers can be setup in either CMYK or in CMYK + White + Varnish configuration and are suited for direct printing onto a wide variety of materials including three dimensional objects up to 15 cm thick. Printing on dark coloured or clear substrates is also possible thanks to the use of white inks. Special added value finishing like spotvarnish or even stunning special effects such as special structures or embossing are possible thanks to dedicated varnish inks.
The awarded XpertJet 461UF and XpertJet 661UF printers are available exclusively from Mutoh Certified Distributors throughout Australia and New Zealand.
More about the XpertJet 461UF at https://mutoh.eu/en/products/specialty-industrial/xpertjet-461uf-3
More about the XpertJet 661UF at https://mutoh.eu/en/products/specialty-industrial/xpertjet-661uf-3
Inspirational help article about object printing at https://mutoh.eu/en/inspiration/object-printing
To find your Mutoh exclusive dealer and help the Fred Hollows Foundation, see www.mutoh-ap.com