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Mimaki announces entry level dye sublimation printer
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Apr '16
Mimaki USA, a leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and cutters, has announced the launch of the TS30-1300 dye sublimation printer for light production environments. This model is ideal for first time users and design shops producing short-run pieces, samples and custom work for transfer to textiles. The Mimaki TS30-1300 dye sublimation printer will be available for order in the US, Canada and Latin America from May 2016.

The TS30 printer is an entry-level model best suited to just as needed production of apparel prototypes and custom goods. The printer is easy to operate for entry level model, providing high quality printing, economical dye sublimation ink, the company said in a press release.

“The TS30 printer supports the signage and exhibit industries growing demand for textile, delivering lightweight, easily rolled and packaged products that are more durable than many hard surface applications,” said Tommy Martin, textiles and apparel product manager for Mimaki USA.

“Exhibits of all sizes are a good opportunity for soft signage, from short-term like trade shows to mid-term, such as art shows. Likewise, soft signage is attractive for retailers and brand managers because it can be used to produce windsails, dancers and other attention grabbing applications that are also easy to handle and less expensive to ship,” Martin added. (NA) 

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