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Mimaki bags 3 European digital press awards at Drupa
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Jun '16
Courtesy- Mimaki
Courtesy- Mimaki
Mimaki, a leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and cutters, has bagged three European digital press association (EDP) awards at Drupa 2016. The Mimaki UJV55-320 has been named best wide format roll-to-roll printer, the Mimaki UJF-7151 plus, the best special object printer; and the Mimaki TX300P the best textile printer.

“To achieve one EDP award is an honour – three is a great recognition of the hard work and creativity of our research and development teams in not only bringing market leading solutions to fruition but also in identifying emerging trends and how we can help customers make the most of the opportunities they present,” said Mike Horsten, general manager marketing of Mimaki EMEA.

The Mimaki UJV55-320 is a wide format high speed printer with print resolutions of up to 1200 dpi. It uses UV curable ink, cured with a low-energy LED light array.

The UJF-7151 plus industrial small format UV Inkjet flatbed printer ensures high quality printing and top level productivity with ultra-accurate ink droplet placement. It has a maximum printable size of 710 x 510 mm.

The Mimaki TX300P-1800 is a 1.8 meter roll-to-roll direct-to-textile inkjet printer designed to meet the market demand for smaller lot sizes, faster delivery times and the ability to quickly produce samples. The 8 colour inkjet printer features a new print head that ejects ink droplets at high speed to ensure accurate ink droplet placement with a high head gap.

“With the Mimaki TX300P-1800, we were mindful of the shift in textile production from both analogue to digital and from centralised to distributed production. We envision a day not too far in the future when consumers will be able to download or create their own patterns rather than being limited to commercially available designs. The TX300P-1800 is ideal for this new distributed model of textile printing,” Horsten added. (NA)

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