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Mimaki debuts latest in digital solutions at Drupa
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Jul '16
Courtesy: Mimakieurope
Courtesy: Mimakieurope
At the recently concluded Drupa 2016, Mimaki presented the latest in digital printing technology, which included a wide range of new inks, printers and applications.

Mimaki introduced its Invisible ink, which is only visible under UV lighting, for security applications and can also be used for commercial purposes on wallpaper, tables and other elements of room interiors.

The company also demonstrated its new LUS-900 and LUS-350 UV inks for thermoforming applications, which are stretchable when heated, up to 900 per cent and 350 per cent, respectively.

“This enables digital decoration of thermoformed parts that could only be created using time-consuming and expensive screen printing in the past,” the company said.

The digital technology producer also unveiled samples produced by a 3D concept printer designed specifically for the sign and display graphics and industrial products markets.

Mimaki also introduced its vision on the 'Internet of Things', which will enable a global, interconnected manufacturing platform including Mimaki printers, industrial robots, inspection devices and a production control system to manage them.

The company was also honoured with three prestigious EDP Awards. The Mimaki UJV55-320 was named Best Wide Format Roll-to-Roll Printer up to 320 cm; the Mimaki UJF-7151plus earned an award for the Best Special Object Printer and the Mimaki TX300P was cited as the Best Textile Printer Roll-to-Roll up to 100 sq. metres per hour. (AR)

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