Wide format hardware supplier Mutoh Australia sold almost all equipment off its working stand at Visual Impact and, according to MD Russell Cavenagh, 'we will have a hard time keeping up with the demand from leads at the show." New technician Brayden Kean was baptised by fire, having only joined Mutoh one week before the show.

P1000460Mutoh MD Russell Cavenagh (L) with new Technician Brayden Kean (R) and the XpertJet 461

Cavenagh added: "Visual Impact 2023 is without doubt one of the best trade shows we have ever exhibited at. We also had dealers such as Mark Burrell from Colourgrafix Queensland, Andrew Marrs and Kik Zajic from Kissel+Wolf, and Peter Way from Total Image Supplies Victoria on the stand, with both reporting good orders. It was a real blockbuster for us - our biggest challenge is now keeping up with demand!"

New at Mutoh is Brayden Kean who has joined as Technical Applications Specialist. Brayden has previously worked in production with PrintingHQ, Apex Signage and Comcut.

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The SOLD stickers say it all - and these are for multiple sales by Mutoh's dealers across the board


P1000461Also new on the Mutoh stand was this DTF system, powered by a Mutoh VJ628D with inks & curing by STF and available through Kissel+Wolf

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