Hybrid includes free Mimaki UV roll-to-roll printer/cutter with JFX200 flatbed

Exclusive UK and Irish Mimaki distributor, Hybrid Services Ltd is to offer a free Mimaki UCJV150-160 wide format LED UV printer/cutter when customers invest in the popular 8’ x 4’ flatbed LED UV JFX200-2513 model for a limited time.

Providing powerful print and cut capabilities, the UCJV150 Series is Mimaki’s recently launched entry level roll-to-roll LED UV machine, which with its 1.6m print width and instantly cured inks delivers a versatile solution for sign and graphics providers. Mimaki’s JFX200-2513 is a multi award-winning flatbed that shares similar benefits to the UCJV150 thanks to its use of LED UV cured ink, high output quality and best in class productivity.

“Combining these two highly regarded printers gives customers unrivalled flexibility, creativity and commercial opportunities,” states Hybrid’s Chief Operations Manager, Brett Newman. “Available through our reseller network, we anticipate this package being extremely popular – it’s not every day that customers can enjoy a brand new, state-of-the-art printer for free!”

Newman is keen to highlight the additional functionality that combining Mimaki’s flatbed solution with the UCJV150 offers; “The benefits of running a dedicated roll fed machine alongside a flatbed are enormous,” he claims. “Signmakers can produce their direct to substrate work on the JFX200 whilst simultaneously delivering high value backlit, print and cut decals and even soft signage jobs on the UCJV150.”

Both printers are supplied with powerful yet easy to use RIP software, comprehensive gold warranties and in the case of the UCJV150, a neat plugin that allows operators to design print and cut files in their preferred graphics package prior to outputting through the RIP. “The workflow for both models is seamless and by providing such a rounded package at a very competitive price, we’re making it simpler than ever for sign and graphics professionals to sport the very latest, best and most productive systems in their companies,” concludes Newman.