“We are so excited that the Mutoh 661UF has been named SGIA Product of the Year by Printing United,” Digital Product Manager, Don Copeland said. “When we forged our relationship with Mutoh last year, they promised some exciting things coming down the pipe and they did not disappoint with the XpertJet printers – especially the 661UF.”
Digital Product Manager Don Copeland said, “The OneStep (patent pending) represents the newest paradigm shift in the way we pre and post-process direct to garment shirts. Not since the industry transitioned from Wagner sprayers to automated pretreatment machines have, we seen such a significant improvement!” He said.
TAMPA, FLORIDA, 04/07/2020 - ColDesi, Inc., is implementing barcode scanning technology as a software add on for all of their digital printers. That includes their M2 and new G4 direct to garment printers, the Compress line of flatbed LED UV printers and the...
The company reports that the new logo reflects a company with a wider footprint than their traditional markets and one that’s growing fast.
That growth has included adding companies like BestBlanks.com, Belquette and Pantograms, services like OnDemand and ColDesi-Graphics.com and new brands like Mutoh UV Printers.
BestBlanks.com is the latest in series of Florida based customization companies to join ColDesi. Those brands added to the ColDesi line up in recent years include Pantograms, Embsupplies and Belquette.
ColDesi implements WiFi connection capability with their all-new, Avancé 1501C Commercial Embroidery Machine.
“There’s really nothing like this course,” said Director of Marketing & CAS Podcast Host, Mark Stephenson. “Business development, marketing, choosing your niche, getting online, social media – it’s all here.”
ColDesi reports that the webinar will explain the what and why of UV printing, as well as introduce the two XpertJet models.
The Mutoh XpertJet 461UF and 661UF are the newest printers to ColDesi’s line of UV Printers.
Currently, braille signs are made in several ways including laser and rotary engraving, photopolymer, cast metal, raster braille (spheres/beads inserted into drilled holes). All of which take a lot of time and some of which are not “custom signage” friendly or cost effective.
The XpertJet 461UF has a depth of 2.75” with the included bed or with the optional vacuum bed; however, the included bed can be removed for extra printing depth (up to 5.91”). Natively, the XpertJet 661UF has a depth of 5.91” including the vacuum bed.