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Mimaki Printer/Cutter takes Stripes & Graphics on a Mini Adventure

With a 30 year history striping and detailing Minis, Sean Beeston’s heritage working with the iconic automobile brand as a sign maker is unique, and investment in a Mimaki CJV150 printer/cutter has fuelled the Stripes & Graphics business; developing new product lines, expanding the team and attracting new customers.

Countryside Art boosts colour with Mimaki coater investment

With its design, print and manufacturing located under one, solar panel-clad roof in Lincolnshire, Countryside Art has added to its in-house capabilities by investing in a Mimaki TR300-1850C textile coating machine.

Mimaki 3D printing brings colour to the “beauty” of anatomy

What do anatomy and 3D printing have in common? As the science that studies the shape and structure of the human body, over the centuries anatomy has been the basis of medical and scientific knowledge and remains the common thread running through the training and professional development of every doctor. The focus of this discipline is to investigate and consequently produce figurative representations of the morphology of the human body, with a degree of realism and accuracy that has played – and continues to play – a crucial role in ensuring effective teaching and the dissemination of anatomical knowledge. And this is precisely where 3D printing comes in as a state-of-the-art technology that could mark a turning point in the anatomical representation of the human body.

AERO product used on Ginetta race car

Young motorsport star finds AERO gains with wrapped Ginetta

For most 15 year olds, the prospect of driving their own car is still a distant dream, but for Max Dodds, it’s practically become a full time job. A racing driver since the age of four, Dodds is preparing for his first season in the highly competitive Ginetta Junior Championship – a proven feeder series for GT, Touring Cars, Formula One and other higher echelons of the sport – in a car that’s been wrapped to maximise its aerodynamic performance.

Mimaki UCJV gives Sound Leisure’s Classic Jukeboxes creative and manufacturing edge

Riding high on the vinyl revival, Sound Leisure has been making jukeboxes in Yorkshire since 1978. Specialising in hand built and bespoke designed models, the family-owned business’s investment in a Mimaki UCJV300-107 printer/cutter has transformed its creative process when producing unique jukebox designs for its clients.

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