Oki to debut pro920WT printer at SGIA 2011 Oct 05, 2011 17:00 by Huw Carrington
Oki will debut its new pro920WT digital colour printer ink machine at the 2011 Speciality Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) Expo later this month.
The company will showcase its high-quality, full-colour capable product, with its white toner facility for graphics and textiles transfer, at the tradeshow.
On top of this, Oki claims that the new system is cost-effective and believes it will attract a lot of interest at the event, in New Orleans, taking place between October 19th and 21st.
Rich Egert, general manager in the business group at the firm, said: “Oki is excited to offer SGIA Expo attendees the first look at the pro920WT and demonstrate its unique colour and transfer printing capabilities.”
“There is no other white toner-based product in the world that delivers something as unique and as innovative as does the pro920WT,” he added.
Recently, Oki launched its new MC861 and MC851 A3 colour multifunctional printer ink devices designed to replace its current MC860 machine.
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