Mimaki will present its leading range of solvent, textile and UV printers, designed to address key print production needs, on two booths at FESPA Eurasia. The show takes place from December 8th to 11th at the CNR Expo in Istanbul, Turkey.
Creative sign and display as well as industrial capabilities will be the focus of Booth C30 in Hall 2, while the latest possibilities in the textile world will be presented in Booth G10 in Hall 4.
“The Mimaki portfolio has so much to offer to all operations looking to better address their customer needs,” explains Mike Horsten, Mimaki’s General Manager Marketing EMEA. “We wanted the most popular solutions to be accessible to the right audiences in a quick and easy way. Having two locations at this very important show was the ideal solution. This will ensure we have the right experts on hand to effectively address attendees’ business-specific questions.”
Sign & Display Graphics and industrial applications
Mimaki will feature UV flatbed printers in all sizes on its stand in Hall 2, including the recently launched Mimaki UJF-3042/6042 Mk II LED flatbed UV printer with LH100 UV ink that prints on flat surfaces, acrylic and aluminium compound boards. The wider version; the Mimaki UJF-6042MkII, will also be on display. This printer delivers best-in-class print speed with good ink adhesion to acrylics and many other materials, including glass, metal and resins. It will run with LUS-120 UV-LED inks, designed for durability with excellent stretchability and scratch resistance.
Distributed in the UK and Ireland by Hybrid Services; Stuart Cole, the company’s National Sales Manager – Industrial Products states, “
With significant orders taken already, we’re finding the MkII UJF is being warmly received and I’m sure will prove a hit at FESPA Eurasia. New inks, performance advances and improved usability mean it’s a worthy successor to the original models.”
Mimaki will also show its Mimaki UJF-7151plus Production LED UV flatbed printer UV inkjet flatbed printer which is ideal for operations that produce a wide variety of applications. It can print on a broad array of objects, including promotional items, personalised giftware, small to medium format signage and control panels. Also on show will be the Mimaki JFX200-2513 Flatbed LED UV printer printer with LUS-150 UV curable ink in CMYK, white and clear, enabling visitors to see how the unique clear ink can also add texture for even more compelling products.
In addition, Mimaki’s latest solvent printers will be on display. The CJV300-130/160 inkjet printer/cutter will deliver simultaneous print & cut operations at high print speeds along with the powerful entry-level Mimaki CJV150 inkjet printer/cutter. The Mimaki JV150 and JV300-160 inkjet printers, which are available in solvent and sublimation models, will show how to create a wide range of print applications, including indoor graphics, posters, shop or event decorations and vehicle-wrapping.
For quick, simple and cost-effective finishing of short runs Mimaki will demonstrate its CFL-605RT flatbed cutting plotter. The compact, multi-functional solution is ideal for cutting a wide range of media of up to 10mm thick, including PET, foam boards or paper, using various cutting functions.
Digital Textile Printing: The wave of the future
On its stand in Hall 4, Mimaki will address the need in the textiles and apparel industries for cost-effective short runs or samples with its Tx300P-1800B 1.8m wide printer and Tiger-1800B direct-to-textile high-speed inkjet printer.
The Tx300P-1800B’s unique design makes it suitable for printing on a wide variety of fabrics, including bulky textured materials as well as sheer fabric and stretchy materials such as knits. Printing with the Mimaki TP400 textile pigment inks eliminates the need for steaming or washing, reducing the space required for on-demand textile printing.
“We are seeing a growing demand from consumers for more customised fabrics for home and fast fashion uses,” adds Horsten. “To support this trend, our solutions must be able to operate with an increasingly wider range of materials and formats. Our customers want to be able to produce these digitally printed fabrics on demand, cost-effectively and to a very high standard of quality. Both the flexibility of our solutions and the quality of our inks play a vital role in delivering the consistent reliability required to meet demand for faster time to market without any compromise in quality.”