Mimaki’s printing platforms are designed to enable large format print service providers to achieve unparalleled flexibility and enhanced application opportunities for increased and diversified business growth.
The Mimaki JFX200-2513 EX large flatbed UV inkjet printer incorporates Mimaki core technologies, including Nozzle Check Unit (NCU) and Nozzle Recovery System (NRS). The JFX200-2513 EX is equipped with Mimaki 2.5D Texture Maker, a proprietary layering technology that uniquely enables smooth embossed print with enticing-to-touch dimensional textured effects. Ideal for demanding production workflows, the JFX200-2513 prints on substrates up to 2500mm x 1300mm, and on a wide variety of materials including white board, transparent/coloured board, wood, cardboard and metal.
A super-wide solvent printer, the SWJ-320EA combines a high level of efficiency and low operational costs with a very competitive price for the hardware and the inks. Featuring MAPS4 (Mimaki Advanced Pass System) and NRS, this printer is equipped with four advanced high-speed printheads arranged in a staggered array ensuring resolutions of up to 1200 dpi and print speeds at up to 137sqm/h. The SWJ-320EA also features an extremely stable media feeding system and a newly designed tension bar enabling to prevent the media from cockling and ensuring high grip for extremely accurate printing.
The JV300-160 Plus sets a new benchmark for professional wide format printers, sportswear and fashion manufacturers, as well as print shops. Offering the unrivalled versatility of multiple ink types and wider colour gamut (including, orange and light black), it delivers photo-quality prints at outstanding speeds (up to 105.9sqm/h in super-draft mode).
CG-160FXll Plus is an advanced multi-cutting plotter that features a new ID Cut function which enables users to vastly improve work efficiency. When combined with the JV300-160 Plus, it allows continuous cutting operations to be performed automatically for small-quantity and multi-product orders of stickers and labels. The combined systems ensure that an entire operation can be completed in a single specification of data, so that operators can proceed with other jobs simultaneously. These are just some of the highlights that will be showcased at Salon C!Print (4 – 6 February, Lyon, France).