Strong Mimaki presence forecast as Hybrid Services returns to Printwear & Promotion
Hybrid Services, the exclusive UK & Irish distributor for Mimaki, is set to return to the Printwear and Promotion exhibition this year, giving the new Mimaki UJF MkII LED UV small format flatbed printer its first UK public outing and supporting a number of its specialist resellers at the event
Printwear & Promotion Live, which runs from 26th – 28th February 2017 at the NEC, will see Hybrid showing Mimaki’s latest wide format and direct to object printing technology, which is ideal for producing promotional products, personalised gifts and high quality bespoke items. The new Mimaki UJF MkII series was released late last year and has received high interest levels with printers keen to make use of its increased productivity, stunning photo quality prints and a fist full of other new features.
Also featuring on stand J32 will be the Mimaki CJV150 series format printer/cutters, which are suitable for garment marking, printing banners, canvas prints and vehicle graphics as well as cutting stickers and coloured vinyl. There will also be examples of output from Mimaki’s highly regarded dye sub solutions for applications including sportswear and fashion available on the stand.
As well as showcasing the latest digital printing and cutting technology from Mimaki, Hybrid will be supporting several of its specialist textile and dye sublimation resellers who are also exhibiting at the event, showcasing a range of products from across Mimaki’s portfolio.
“Printwear & Promotion is set to be an exciting show, with a strong Mimaki presence,” details Stuart Cole, Hybrid’s National Sales Manager for Industrial Products. “The new UJF is unrivalled in its ability to print to almost any object at incredible quality and I’m confident it will be the ‘go to’ product at the show. Hybrid’s stand is the ideal destination for digital printing advice, product demonstrations and everything Mimaki and we really look forward to seeing customers old and new on stand J32.”