TAS Films Mutoh’s Wide Format Printers

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Sylvain Bilodeau from TAS Films presents the Mutoh’s wide format printers. At Mutoh, each new industrial development sets a new challenge: to make their products better and go beyond your expectations, and to reach the balance between print quality, efficiency and reliability. To find out more about TAS Films: TAS Films Équipements pour imprimeries, centres de laminage et d’enseigne grand format TAS Films on Facebook: https://fr-ca.facebook.com/TASFilms.EN TAS Films on Twitter: Tweets by TASFilms To follow André Bergeron on LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/sylvain-bilodeau-2022b873 source

Custom Vehicle Wrap 2014 Ford F-150 Raptor SVT (Part 1- Wrapping the Hood)

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We’re going to upload video of the installation of an awesome project we’re working on for a customer who loves his Ford F-150 Raptor SVT. We’re going to be using 3M Deep Matte Black vinyl with 3M Brushed Steel accent decals on the hood and sides. Front and back bumper are finished in a matte black color, along with the fender flares. In this video we will be wrapping the hood in 3M’s new Deep Matte Black vinyl, then in the next part, we’ll be installing the decals on top. Call now and save money on your next vehicle wrap […]

Mutoh: next-generation ValueJets and solvent inks at FESPA 2013

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Mutoh Belgium: Stephan Heintjens Output Magazine: Sophie Matthews-Paul Did somebody say solvent is dead? Think again. Mutoh’s ValueJets are a mainstay of sign and display production and now benefit from the latest, third generation of the manufacturer’s technology under the bonnet – including Dual Head technology, neatly explained in this video. Wide-format doyenne Sophie Matthews-Paul explores these developments, plus Mutoh’s new formulation of solvent ink, with Stephan Heintjens, technical marketing and product development manager. For core applications, Stephan points out, “solvent is still a great ink. You can not always substitute it with water-based, because you use a lot of […]