As a leader in the textile/dye-sublimation printing marketplace, Mutoh recognizes a number of qualified dealers who are in our "Textile/Dye Sublimation Extended Partner Program".
The dealers listed here can provide you with the latest textile and dye-sub printing support and solutions that feature Mutoh's line of printers, along with ink, transfer equipment and media. Everything you need to support and grow your business in this exciting market place.
2444 Northline Industrial Dr.
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
2444 5015 Pacific Blvd.
Vernon, CA 90058
Phone: 323-581-4500 #306
3300 W 1944 County Road S
Freedom, WI. 54130
11985 Williams Club Place
Roswell, GA 30075
3300 North San Fernando Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91502 U.S.A
Phone: +1 818-260-9591
Fax: +1 818-260-9589
105 W Dewey Ave Building C Suite 18
Wharton NJ 07885
Phone: 973-808-8600 ext 1
150 Dow Street
Manchester, NH 03101
2233 Highway 17 N
Mount Pleasant, SC 29466
67 Steelcase Road West, Unit 2
Markham, Ontario L3R 2M4 Canada
Toll Free: 1-800-242-8069
Mutoh offers a range of dye sublimation and aqueous printing options.
Aqueous printing and dye sublimation transfer printing is an exciting market that is growing with new opportunities. The ability to print images on fabric allows companies to differentiate their business and products with a sophisticated look through a variety of different applications.
The ValueJet 1638WX – 64" and 2638 – 104" printers are designed for several fabric and dye sublimation transfer printing applications such as: POP signage, trade show graphics, museum fine art prints, banners, flags, fabrics for custom clothing, fabrics for interior design and much more. Mutoh ValueJet printers operate with equal ease and quality whether they are printing pigment on polyester fabrics or dye-sublimation inks on to dye-sublimation transfer paper.
Staying ahead of the curve is important to customers. By utilizing the latest direct to fabric or transfer technology from Mutoh for full color printing solutions traditional screen shops are afforded greater flexibility while still being able to compete on small orders. Through reduced set up time and costs, these print shops can provide multicolor prints at the same price points of one color screen printed jobs, thus increasing their market share and growing their business.
Designed for architectural, engineerning and construction firms, the RJ-900X delivers superior line sharpness and photo quality with continuous tones, smooth transitions and a wide color gamut.
The Mutoh ValueJet 1624W is ideal for every day sublimation printing. With easy to navigate controls and simple operation, the learning curve is short so you can focus on customers and profits. Its competitive price and outstanding performance makes the 1624W a smart choice for entry into the dye-sublimation market or simply to add additional capacity to your shop.
Mutoh’s new 1638WX aqueous printer is now available. This new printer with its four-color, staggered dual head design makes it the fastest printer in its price range with speeds up to 1,000 sf/hr. Plus, the dual head design of the 1638WX is just as effective running dye-sublimation ink as it is aqueous inks, for high quality output with unmatched performance. Now comes standard with a rear media feed lever for easy loading and unloading of roll material.
Designed for several fabric and textile printing applications such as: POP signage, trade show graphics, museum fine art prints, banners, flags, fabrics for custom clothing, fabrics for interior design and much more.
Aqueous and Dye Sublimation transfer printing is an exciting market that is growing with new opportunities.
T-shirt, fashion apparel, clothing design, interior design and decorating, theater, trade show booths, event planning and furniture patterns are only a few of the application possibilities with this technology. And now with the affordable digital printers on the market like the new 1638WX from Mutoh, the ability to capture this market and carve out a niche for your company is now more attainable than ever before.
From the curtain back drop design on popular Broadway shows, to the flowing displays created for major sporting events such as the Super Bowl and Olympics printing textiles digitally is showing up in more and more places. There are designers that print limited edition clothing or footwear and accessories like hand bags and scarfs. Furniture prints are being made to match the décor in homes today and trade show graphics are being produced with digitally printed images and graphics on a wide range of front lit and back lit fabric material. The possibilities to create new designs and patterns with Aqueous and Dye Sublimation transfer printing are endless.