MTL Print, manufacturer of the Meital 304D wide format digital flatbed, kicks off its 2012-2013 focus on establishing a strong foothold in North America with an open house at Parallax Digital Studios in Kennesaw, a technology suburb of Atlanta. Georgia. Parallax is one of MTL's North American clients successfully using one or more of the unique, high-production (2700 sq ft/hr) digital wide format systems from MTL Print. On May 9 and 10, MTL and Parallax are showcasing MTL's Meital 304D wide format digital flatbed for guests, beginning at 2 pm on both days. Interested parties can contact Asher Adar at +1 404-641-4088 to request an appointment.
MTL will open its US office in the Atlanta area, to be the basis for logistics, sales and customer service for the North American market, later in May.
Lowest Cost Per Square Foot
Several unique and patent pending functions make MTL Systems an unbeatable price-performance solution with the lowest cost per sq. ft. The long list of advantages also includes lower ink consumption, lower labor cost, and seamless changeover between prints -- all at an affordable capital outlay.
Ran Emanuel, MTL Print CEO and a host of this week's Open House, says that a year of success with its Meital 304D makes Parallax an excellent reference for the marketplace. "MTL believes that showing the machine in a working environment like Parallax's gives potential customers a better way of evaluating the machine's performance," he says. "The ability to talk to people at Parallax, who have been operating the machine for a year, can give everyone a realistic viewpoint."
Digital Wide Format Pioneers
MTL was founded in 2007 by Kobi Markovitch and Moshe Nur, two pioneers of digital output technology. Nur, now Chairman of the Board, invented wideboard and blueboard -- the first superwide format inkjet printers. Among other companies, he founded NUR Macroprinters; which was subsequently sold to HP.
Kobi Markovitch, CTO, served as CTO and VP R&D at NUR Macroprinters. The 20-year industry veteran pioneered digital on demand and UV curing, and conceived of the best-selling Idanit, Fresco, Tempo and Expedio wide format digital systems.
The Meital 304D
The Meital 304D is a robust and industrial grade wide format digital flatbed that delivers high quality and high throughput for POP, display, packaging, and more, all at the lowest cost per sq.ft.
With built in variable dot size print technology, the 4 color Meital 304D achieves quality greater than 6 color systems, and with lower ink consumption.
Also exclusive to MTL Systems:
The Interchangeable Table is a patent-pending function allowing non-stop production. Operators can load/unload while printing, thereby reducing wait-time between prints from the typical 50 seconds down to 12 seconds.
The Dynamic UV System, also patent-pending, eliminates gloss banding and reduces electricity consumption.
For More Information
Atlanta Open House: Asher Adar, +1 404-641-4088