SignWarehouse, distributor of Mutoh printers and cutters for over 30 years, is proud to offer the Mutoh XpertJET 1641SR 64" large format color printer. The XpertJET 1641SR is the newest 64 inch large format eco-solvent inkjet printer from MUTOH America, and it replaces the ValueJET VJ1624X and builds upon Mutoh's made in Japan reputation.
MUTOH America, An award-winning top manufacturer of wide format & flatbed printers using the latest in Eco, UV-LED, Dye Sub and Direct to Textile technologies.
ValueJet 1324X is Mutoh's fourth generation 54" (137 cm) wide single head sign & display printer. In line with our core philosophy to deliver products with technology proven to be faster, more reliable, more cost effective and more efficient, we incorporated our pioneering print automation technology into the VJ-1324X wide format printer to bring you the best equipment for your application.
The ValueJet 1324X from Mutoh is a 54" eco-solvent printer featuring cutting-edge print technology and precision engineering for a surprisingly affordable price. Utilizing an all new state-of-the-art print head, the ValueJet 1324X features impressive print speeds up to 565 sq.ft./hr.
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MUTOH's ValueJet 626UF UV-LED flatbed printer opens the door to limitless applications. You will be able to print on a variety of materials, including 3D objects like awards, mugs, signage and much more. The ValueJet 626UF offers up to six color capability, including white and varnish ink and Smart Printing technologies such as Intelligent Interweave print technique.
Mutoh ValueJET 1324X 54" Large Format Color Printer. It provides premium performance at an unparalleled value, and is ideal for car wraps, vehicle graphics, indoor/outdoor signs, banners, POP displays, and more. Mutoh's ValueJET technology produces beautiful, rich graphics incredibly fast! We offer a wide variety of package options to suit your needs all with tech support.
Why can Mutoh's large format color printers generate better output? Traditional inkjet printers lay down ink in a straight line, making it all to easy to see stripes or bands in the finished print. This leads to customer dissatisfaction and prints you simply can't sell.