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Mimaki USA names Next Wave as distributor
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Mimaki USA, a manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers and cutters said Next Wave Media Solutions will distribute Mimaki JV Series, TS Series and TX Series printers with Mimaki Sb Series inks exclusively.

According to a press release, Mimaki dye-sublimation inks have been optimised for use in Mimaki digital textile printers to deliver an increased gamut with deep, vibrant colors and excellent colour fastness.

“This matched system provides assurance that apparel, décor, soft signage and other textile creations will materialize as intended, reducing or eliminating the need for costly re-runs,” it added.

“We are pleased that Next Wave recognises the unique pairing of Mimaki printers and inks as a premier offering for its digital textile customers,” said Ken VanHorn, director, business development at Mimaki USA.

He added, “We look forward to working together to help Next Wave provide a total Mimaki digital textile printing solution."

“The combination of Mimaki inks and printers with a full backing of warranty, gives us the ability to offer a complete system with a superior starting point,” said Drew Fields, co-founder of Next Wave Media.

“Mimaki inks and world-class printers can eliminate many of the issues printing facilities commonly face with third-party solutions,” he too added.

Mimaki is an innovator and a pioneer in the development of digital printing and cutting products and has engineered a complete line of digital printers and cutters.

Mimaki machines offer a total workflow solution for the many applications found in the Sign & Graphics, Textile & Apparel and Industrial markets.

In 2014, Mimaki USA celebrated 15 years of serving customers in the Americas and is an operating entity of Mimaki Engineering of Japan.

While, Next Wave Media Solutions is a specialty solutions provider of performance printers, media and ink for digital textile printing including software, media, transfer equipment and accessories. (AR)

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