Mimaki’s UJF-7151plus direct-to-object UV LED flatbed printer achieves flawless print quality on a wide range of substrates. This next-generation printer uses Mimaki’s silver and clear inks to enable special decorations on glass, wood, acrylic, aluminium boards and cardboard. Geared to on-demand printing at industrial production volumes, the UJF-7151plus also allows users to print white onto transparent foil, further expanding application opportunities.
The compact Mimaki UJF-7151plus will be combined with a robotic arm by Danish firm Universal Robots (distributed in Germany by Robominds), using proprietary IoT-based interface, Job Controller IP, to enable the communication and information exchange between the equipment. The robotic arm loads and unloads substrates from the printer, without any human intervention, to provide new levels of production efficiency and increased profitability, paving the way towards integration with the Internet of Things.
The UJF-3042 MkII EX advanced small format direct-to-object UV LED flatbed printer is designed to bring increased productivity, supreme print quality and ease-of-use to on-demand printing. It prints onto almost any material or substrate in A3 format, up to 153mm thick, making the printer suitable for a wide range of applications in the promotional, POS and packaging sectors.
The UJF-3042 MkII EX is equipped with Mimaki core technologies, including MAPS4 (Mimaki Advanced Pass System), a state-of-the-art feature based on an algorithm that calculates the most effective way of jetting ink drops to avoid visible banding; NRS (Nozzle Recovery System), which ensures the replacement of clogged nozzles without stopping production; and LD Mode, allowing printing on uneven surfaces with up to 4.5mm variance in media thickness, without a noticeable drop-off in print quality.
Mimaki’s industry-acclaimed UCJV300-75 UV LED integrated printer/cutter is a compact yet versatile platform enabling a wide range of applications, from stickers. to labels and point-of-sale materials.
The 3DFF-222 3D printer uses Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) technology, and has been developed as an in-house design and production tool, delivering the ultra-reliable manufacture of prototypes and end-use parts such as jigs and three-dimensional signage. A product co-branded with Sindoh, a 3D printer manufacturer, the 3DFF-222 system prints in PLA material to ensure that outputted models are robust and do not warp easily. Using easy-to-load filament cartridges, it can print parts up to 210mm x 200mm x 195mm (W x D x H) and can be monitored remotely through Mimaki’s app. The solutions will be showcased at InPrint 2019 in Munich, Germany, from 12-14 November.
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