Mimaki: New printer series and entry-level cu...

New printer series and entry-level cutting plotter series

(Source: Mimaki)
(Source: Mimaki)

The 330 Series for large format inkjet printing has been developed to offer mid- to high-end printing models, focusing on high image quality and productivity. The newest printers from Mimaki can achieve high resolution, durable prints for both the sign graphic and textile industries. The eco-solvent inkjet printers, the JV330-160 and CJV330-160, deliver the high-standard of color required for indoor and outdoor sign graphics through the new “Deep Color Natural” input profile, offering eye-catching and vivid solid colors, natural skin tones as well as deep reds and neutral greys. With printing speeds of 21.0 m²/hour during standard mode while using 4 colors, this printer is ideal for print jobs that require quick delivery. The in-built cleaning mechanisms and monitoring features ensure an efficient workflow and allow for longer running times. Both models feature a newly designed unwinding system that allows 3 rolls of media to be loaded simultaneously.
Mimaki Europe, Amsterdam/Netherlands, has also released the TS330-1600, a sublimation transfer inkjet printer, for the textile industry. Equipped with new functions to improve stable operation, the printer can achieve a printing speed of 69m²/hour in Draft mode with a 4-color ink set, with the fastest mode reaching up to 135m²/hour.
Similarly, the CG-AR Series offers users new workflow enhancing, entry-level cutting plotter technologies available in 3 sizes (CG-60AR, CG-100AR and CG-130AR). Recognizing the demand of shorter delivery times, these cutters provide increased speed and accuracy, all maintaining user-friendly operability. Furthermore, the cutters have the ability to handle a diverse range of materials, such as PVC, fluorescent and reflective sheets. The equipment is fitted with MRA, allowing for remote operation. It also features the ID Cut function, which allows integrated print-and-cut operations when used in combination with a Mimaki printer, by automatically retrieving cutting data via a barcode.

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