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Mimaki Tiger-1800B offers high-volume textile printing
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May '18
Courtesy: Mimaki
Courtesy: Mimaki
The Mimaki Tiger-1800B production-class textile printer offers high-volume digital printing, while offering personalisation and high quality as well. End-users are expanding their boundaries with tiger stripes that give them a different identity. Mimaki is a leading manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers and cutting systems for textiles.

The Tiger-1800B attracted a great deal of attention from apparel professionals, and brought a fresh breath to digital printing. Being the first model to respond to the high volume production requests only possible with analogue printing to date, the Tiger-1800B offers low cost, flexibility, efficiency, and customisation advantages of digital printing to mass manufacturers.

With a printing speed of up to 385 square metres per hour, this production-class textile printer is available in direct to textile printing (reactive ink) and sublimation (heat transfer) versions. End-users can benefit from the possibility of working with dozens of fabric types produced from natural or artificial fibres, the possibility of mass production as well as sample printing, and cost reducing features such as technical applications and apparel printing with Tiger-1800B. Their motto ‘Earn Your Tiger Stripes’ foretells new opportunities and limitlessness in production. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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