Mutoh America Announces 13 “Flexi Live” RIP Software Training dates for 2019

The workshops are designed to help users of SAi's RIP software to be able to maximize both quality and run time.

mutoh_275x275Phoenix-based wide-format printer and cutter manufacturer Mutoh America announces that it will host 13 classes around the U.S. and Canada to provide Flexi Sign and Print Training, offering real world, problem-solving answers to all printer operators using Flexi Sign and Print RIP software made by Salt Lake City-based SAi (SA International).

During the training, users will be able to test-print files, learn to solve tricky RIP software and color management problems, and preview Mutoh’s wide-format printer lineup at its three locations in Los Angeles, Phoenix and Chicago, in addition to other locations around the U.S. and Canada.

“Our Learning Centers, along with our 15 live training sessions being hosted throughout the Unites States in 2019, allow existing and potential wide-format printer owners the opportunity to not only test drive a MUTOH printer but also learn about how to use them to get the best color output ever,” says Mark Rugen, director of product marketing and education. “We will show users how Mutoh won four Product of the Year awards in 2018 and why we consistently win year after year!”

Students can log onto ThinkMutoh.com (Mutoh’s website solely dedicated to training and education) to find a training location near them, and if they sign up at least 30 days before the class, they will receive $50.00 off of the class using code “EarlyBird” upon checkout.

Mutoh’s 2019 Flexi Training Dates:

Feb. 21-22-Orlando, Florida

March 7-8-Richmond, Virginia

March 21-22-Atlanta

April 4-5-San Francisco

May 9-10-Chicago

May 23-24-Denver

June 13-14-Toronto, Canada

July 11-12-Seattle, Washington

Aug. 12-13-Phoenix

Sept. 16-17-Detroit

Sept. 30- Oct. 1-New York

Nov. 14-15-Louisville, Kentucky

Dec. 12-13-New Orleans

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