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Mimaki launches new small format UV Inkjet flatbed printer
28
Sep '15
Mimaki has launched the new direct to shape UJF-7151 plus, an industrial small format UV Inkjet flatbed printer and a solution that delivers high cost-effective quality print solutions.

“Ensuring high quality printing and top level productivity with ultra-accurate ink droplet placement, the UJF-7151 plus has a maximum printable size of 710 x 510 mm,” a Mimaki press release stated.

“The industrial small format printing solution for the screen printing industry improves accuracy, consistency and reliability by modifying the mechanical structure of the print table,” it added.

Fine lines, edges, and small texts are displayed crystal clear, while the system also enables double-layer printing and colour printing on a white base layer.

The daily operation is enhanced by the patented MFD1 dithering technology by retaining the original image quality and the highly improved quality control MAPS4 reduces banding and uneven colour printing.

Uninterrupted printing and reduced waste is aided by new printheads that incorporate a continuous ink circulation system to help prevent ink sedimentation and clogged nozzles.

“The UJF-7151 also incorporates a nozzle check unit (NCU) that automatically detects and cleans the clogged nozzles, reducing waste and a reliable operating support package (NRS) that ensures maximum uptime,” the company informed.

Mike Horsten, General Manager Marketing EMEA said, “Recently, there has been growing demand for digital, on-demand, and plate less inkjet printing because of its ability to quickly provide high-mix and low-volume printing.”

“The high performance UV inkjet printer UJF-7151 plus enables high-precision ink dot placement and beautiful printing through Mimaki's proprietary technology and at top-level productivity,” he too added.

A MFD1 that reduces noise due to dithering through hybrid processing of patterns and uninterrupted printing as a result of high-stability printing are other key features.

According to Mimaki, the UJF-7151 plus industrial small format flatbed inkjet printer will be available from November 2015 and will be on display at Viscom Italia, Viscom Düsseldorf and Inprint 2015.

Mimaki is a manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers and cutting machines for the sign and graphics; industrial and textile and apparel markets.

Mimaki develops the complete product range for each group; hardware, software and the associated consumable items, such as inks and cutting blades.

Mimaki offers innovative, high quality and high reliability products, based upon its aqueous, latex, solvent and UV-curable inkjet technology. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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