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Mimaki new sublimation printer with reduced printing time
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Sep '16
Japanese digital printer manufacturer Mimaki has launched the Tx500P-3200DS 3.2 metre direct sublimation printer, which significantly reduces production time by undertaking two processes at the same time, i.e. printing and colour fixation. The printer with a speed of up to 130 sq. metres per hour is ideal for samples as well as large lot production.

The combination of printing and heat fixation is achieved through a single pass, where printed inks are fixed through heating, while in conventional printers; these processes are performed separately, adding time to textile printing.

As with all Mimaki printers, this new printer features precise placement of well-shaped ink droplets onto the fabric for the best possible quality.

This is accomplished by automatically taking into account the specific gravity and viscosity of each ink, precisely placing droplets as small as 6 picoliters for high resolution printing results.

The Tx500P-3200DS is uniquely suited for a wide array of textile printing, including soft signage, customised apparel, and fabrics for home décor and furnishings. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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