MGI to Showcase Exclusive Extended Format Print Capabilities and Finishing Options at GRAPH EXPO

MELBOURNE, FL—09/21/2010—MGI USA, the digital press and finishing solution manufacturer, will present an innovative portfolio of digital printing and finishing solutions at GRAPH EXPO, held October 3-6 in Chicago, Illinois (booth 3217). Highlights include 40” print capabilities as a standard feature on the award-winning Meteor DP60 Pro® multi-substrate digital press as well as the JETvarnish® digital inkjet spot UV coater, plus the launch of the new DF360® 5-in-1 multi-function paper finishing system (laminate, cut, slit, crease and perf in one pass).

MGI’s presentation at GRAPH EXPO provides attendees with the most comprehensive portfolio of digital printing and finishing solutions for a wide variety of industry segments, offering total turnkey business solutions – a capability unique to MGI among graphics equipment manufacturers.

Super Format printing for Meteor DP60 Pro multi-substrate digital press MGI’s award-winning multi-substrate flagship, the Meteor DP60 Pro, was the first and only sheet fed digital press to offer extended size Super Format print capabilities of up to 13 x 40” in production. MGI continues to raise the bar for digital versatility and beginning with orders placed at GRAPH EXPO, Super Format print capabilities will be a standard feature on all Meteor DP60 Pro units sold by MGI USA (the unit already offers up to 13 x 26” as the standard).

The most versatile digital press in the graphics industry, the Meteor DP60 Pro features the widest range of compatible substrates including paper, plastics/synthetics (including specialty substrates such as canvas) and envelopes, up to 350 gsm/130 lb Cover/14 mil for paper and up to 400 microns /16 mil for plastics; laser-safe prints, ideal for letterhead, envelopes and other applications previously only produced via offset; no click charge and an economical total cost of operation; Fogra® certification (ISO 12647-7) for color contract proof creation; and highest level print quality and registration (offset comparable).

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