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49 S T A R T H E R E 2 0 1 9 He reports that owning the VG2 has allowed them to say yes to many more of their client's requests. "When we were looking to add to our equipment line-up, we wanted it to be able to produce a wide range of products. We researched DTG systems and embroidery systems but we found that a wide-format printer could offer us many more different options," Ewald notes. "So far we have produced all sorts of fun projects such as car decals, HTV transfers, yard signs, banners, car magnets, large prints and stickers," he concludes. Another company recently taking the wide-format plunge is Wrapsesh in Mesa, Arizona. Before they purchased their Mutoh VJ-1624x, the company mostly specialized in custom color change vehicle wraps. Now they're printing custom print wraps, decals, and tons of other jobs as well. "We are a dream-created wrap company, that specializes in custom and prioritizes quality. Cars are the canvas, a torch is our tool, and vinyl is our media," says Vinyl Vixen and Slim Sheddy (aka wrap power couple Jessica Bonifacio and Michael Shedd) the owners of Wrapsesh, Mesa, Arizona. "Our new Mutoh printer has really created a new revenue stream and opened so many doors for our business. We used to concentrate on just installing graphics but since we purchased our printer, we are making money when we sleep while our Mutoh is running," explains Jessica. "It really has been a game changer. We can now offer our clients many services we were unable to before and now the opportunities are endless," Michael adds. " We found that a wide- format printer could offer us many more different options." Antares, Inc. Engraving Cutters, Vinyl Blades & Router Tools for all your Sign Making needs 418-4 Caredean Dr., Horsham, PA USA 1.800.355.5250

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