Mutoh Starts 2022 With New XpertJet Printers and VerteLith RIP Software
MUTOH America is starting off the new year strong with the release of two new XpertJet printers. In addition to that, Mutoh's family of printers will now feature the company's own genuine VerteLith RIP software.
VerteLith is bundled with FlexiDESIGNER MUTOH Edition 21 software, representing a $2,199 value. Optimized for MUTOH printers, VerteLith allows users to create robust print profiles and improve the output process through advanced functions such as MUTOH Clear Tone, an original half-tone technology that achieves beautiful image quality with less variation in color density and smoother gradations.
“We are more than excited to introduce VerteLith for MUTOH Eco-Solvent printers,” said Tony Simmering, MUTOH product manager. “The refined capabilities of our new RIP software will allow for the output of beautiful and vibrant images while optimizing our MUTOH printers.”
Serving as the successor to the popular XpertJet 1641SR, the 64” XpertJet 1641SR Pro features MUTOH’s new AccuFine print head, VerteLith RIP software, and i-screen technology, which combine to deliver high-quality output and high-speed printing and an increase in productivity up to 200% over the XPJ-1641SR.
"The new XPJ-1641SR Pro contains MUTOH’S new AccuFine print head technology,” said Simmering. “Paired with our i-screen technology and VerteLith RIP software, this printer provides outstanding quality at blazing fast speeds.”
Just like the XpertJet 1641SR Pro, the 54" XpertJet 1341SR Pro also features MUTOH’s new AccuFine print head, VerteLith RIP software, and i-screen technology, which combine to deliver high-quality output and high-speed printing. The successor to the popular ValueJet 1324X, the new 1341SR Pro is 42% faster than the previous model in a production 600x900 mode.
“The MUTOH XpertJet 1341SR Pro is the ultimate mid-size Eco-Solvent printer,” explained Simmering. “Building on the success of the ValueJet 1324X, our new 54” model brings many of the advanced capabilities available in our larger printers to a smaller, space-conscious package.”
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