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Mimaki USA unveils high density dye sublimation inks
Jul '15
Producer of wide format inkjet printers Mimaki USA has debuted Sb54 and Sb310 dye sublimation inks for use in its printers for transfer to textile or hard surface applications.

In a press release, Mimaki said the Sb54 and Sb310 inks offer higher density printing that produces more vivid colour results than the preceding Sb53 and Sb300 inks.

“These new inks also offer enhanced resolvability, improving the print production yield by ensuring stable ink jetting,” it added.

“Output consistency is improved, minimising agglutination after fixing to prevent colour migration and lower vapour emissions during the transfer process,” Mimaki informed.

“Moreover, the improved ink stability means daily cleaning is easier and fewer regular cleanings are required, further contributing to cost reduction and higher throughput,” the printer producer explained.

Sb54 inks are packaged in 440 ml cartridges and 2 litre packs, and are compatible with JV300-130/160, JV150-130/160, CJV300-130/160, CJV150-107/130/160, JV33-130/160, JV5-130S/160S and TS34-1800A.

Sb310 inks are packaged in 2 litre bottles and are for use in the TS500-1800 printer.

Mimaki is a pioneer in the development of digital printing and cutting products worldwide and offers a total workflow solution for applications in the sign & graphics, textile & apparel and industrial markets. (AR)

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