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Arlon and Mutoh America sponsor GOA 2012 Vehicle Wrap Center

Graphics | February 9, 2012 | By:

Arlon Graphics and Mutoh America team up for the fourth year in a row to sponsor the Graphics of the Americas Vehicle Wrap Center featured at the GOA tradeshow in Miami, FL on March 1–3, 2012. Arlon will be featuring DPF 6000XRP, a 2-mil cast film with X-scape technology and Series 3220 Gloss Cast overlaminate which will be used for vehicle wrap demonstrations throughout the show. These free instructional demonstrations will run each day of the show to educate end users about proper techniques and tools needed to complete a profitable vehicle wrap.

All the vehicle wrap graphics will be printed on Mutoh America’s ValueJet 1638-64 inch Eco-solvent printer. The printer will also be exhibited in the wrap center booth along with Mutoh’s ValueJet 1324-54 inch Eco-solvent printer and Kona 1400-55 inch cutting plotter.

“Arlon is very excited to have the opportunity to be back again at the Graphics of the Americas Vehicle Wrap Center and partner up with Mutoh for the fourth year in a row,” states Phil LaFata, VP of Marketing and International Sales, Arlon Graphics, LLC. “This show has really been a huge success for us over the years and we plan to have very educational demonstrations going on all three days of the show.”

Arlon Graphics, LLC, manufactures and markets a full line of pressure-sensitive cut vinyl, flexible substrates, and print media films for the digital imaging, signage, vehicle graphic and screen printing industries. Arlon is headquartered in Santa Ana, Calif., with distribution out of Australia, Europe, India, Latin America, the UK and Uruguay.

Mutoh Industries, Ltd. was founded in 1952 in Tokyo, beginning as a manufacturer and distributor of mechanical drafting products. Mutoh Industries, Ltd. has become a manufacturer of large format piezoelectric printers. Mutoh has engineering, manufacturing and distribution centers in Japan, Belgium, Germany, Singapore, Australia, China and Phoenix, Arizona.

Source: Arlon Graphics

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