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Mimaki to launch high speed direct textile inkjet printer
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Apr '16
Mimaki Engineering, a global industry leader and manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers, has announced the launch of the new high-speed 1.8 m wide roll-to-roll direct-to-textile inkjet printer MM700-1800B in May 2016, the company said in a media release.

The soon to be released MM700-1800B uses various sensors and cameras during printing to automatically detect the textile feed advancement distance, media jams due to head striking, seams, meandering, and more as it controls the transport of the textile.

The printer allows stable printing to continue without constant operator supervision by making adjustments itself to prevent trouble before it occurs. Its carriage is driven by a linear motor that gives it positional accuracy on the micron level, which combines with a variable dot system delivering ink in multiple drop sizes to produce beautiful prints with even higher accuracy.

The MM700-1800B inkjet printer produces superb image quality at impressive speed as a natural result of its development focused on high stability. Its 16 printheads arranged in 4 staggered lines achieve a high printing speed of 800 square metre per hour. (NA)

 

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