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Mimaki to show digital textile printers at Heimtextil 2018
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Dec '17
Mimaki to show digital textile printers at Heimtextil 2018
Mimaki, developer of wide-format inkjet printers and cutting machines for the sign/graphics, apparel, and industrial markets, will partake in Heimtextil 2018, the global tradefair for home and contract textiles, in Germany, from January 9 to 12, 2018, in hall 6.0, stand D10. The company will be displaying direct-to-textile and sublimation transfer printers.

This year, Mimaki invites all designers and manufacturers of home goods to walk into their large, roomy application area on the stand to experience the beauty of digitally printed textiles and decorations. Visitors will be able to see up close, touch and feel a wide array of applications, such as bed sheets, cushions, shower curtains, wallpaper, carpets and more. Not only will these reflect the versatility of Mimaki printing solutions, but they will also serve as a mood board of new emerging market trends. Visitors will be inspired to examine their own design and production strategies and stimulated to determine where digital printing best fits.

At the show, Mimaki will demonstrate efficient and affordable textile printing for a wide range of natural and man-made fabrics. On display will be the Mimaki Tx300P-1800 and Tx300P-1800B, highly flexible and easy-to-use digital textile printers that use two different types of textile inks at the same time. This dual ink capacity allows printing on cotton with textile pigment inks and printing on polyester with sublimation ink in one printer without the time and hassle involved with changing ink types. Since these are two of the most commonly used ink types for textiles, the Tx300P series is ready to quickly get to work regardless of the fabric type being printed. Like all Mimaki textile printers, these printers deliver brilliant images and fine details to satisfy even the most demanding design.

Mimaki offers a variety of sublimation printers, ranging from entry-level printers to grand format printers for higher volume environments. Mimaki inks are Oeko-Tex certified and produce brilliant colours, and include yellow and pink fluorescent inks. (GK)

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