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Mimaki to show industrial print solutions at InPrint expo
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Oct '16
Mimaki, a leading global manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and cutting plotters, is set to display its solutions for individually designed beddings, curtains, household goods and other industrial print applications, at the InPrint expo, exhibition for industrial print technology, held from November 15 to 17, 2016, at Milan, on stand B20.

Taking centre stage at the expo will be the new UV flatbed UJF-3042 MkII and UJF-6042 MkII printers that deliver best-in-class print speed with good adhesion to acrylics and many other materials, including glass, metal, and resins. They are also ideal for producing membrane switches or wallet smartphone cases that must be pressed or folded. A variety of ink types are available for these systems, enabling printing on both rigid and flexible materials, including inks designed for durability with excellent scratch resistance, and inks that can be stretched up to 170 per cent without cracking. Textures can be added using a unique clear varnish ink.

Mimaki will also be demonstrating its UJF-7151plus multipurpose wide-format printer that can print on a variety of substrates including plastics, metal, wood, leather, and glass onto materials up to 28” wide x 20” long and 6” thick. The UJF-7151plus will run LUS-350 thermoforming ink, a unique, stretchable ink suitable for a wide range of thermoforming applications.

Mike Horsten, Mimaki's general manager marketing EMEA said, “With our latest developments, end uses for inkjet have been greatly expanded. This allows our customers to enjoy wider production flexibility. They can offer a broader range of choices and increase the value-added options they provide. We look forward to discussing these opportunities with InPrint visitors and learning more about their needs to help us direct future product development.” (GK)

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