June 17, 2024

Mimaki At Drupa Under Theme Of ‘We Are The Future Of Print’

Mimaki Europe will be exhibiting at Drupa which will be held in Dusseldorf, Germany in Hall 9, Stand A04 under the theme of ‘We Are the Future of Print’.

It will offer visitors an insight into its engineering excellence and showcase technologies that support the future productivity and profitability of the textile, graphic and industrial sectors.

Mimaki will demonstrate how its solutions can be integrated into the most advanced Industry 5.0 production for improved automation, with robotics and other smart machines.

For the textile segment, Mimaki will feature the TxF300-75 for direct-to-film (DTF) printing, which has been gaining traction in recent years.

Additionally, Mimaki will exhibit its revolutionary Neo-Chromato Process, a world first in cyclical textile technology.

Allowing the re-use of previously dyed polyester textiles, this process eliminates the need for incineration and reduces energy consumption.

The energy consumption is associated with recycling by decolourising polyester textiles that have been dyed using dye sublimation technologies.

The company will also showcase its very latest in pioneering UV print technologies, designed to help users reduce energy consumption, minimise VOC emissions and generate less waste.

Technologies on display are the recently launched UCJV330-160, an integrated sign printer/cutter that features innovative 2.5D printing function to create embossed effects.

Also central to the Mimaki booth will be the JFX600-2513 flatbed UV printer and CFX-2513 cutting plotter, demonstrated as a complete industrial print-and-cut solution.

Expanding Mimaki’s cutting plotter portfolio, the CFX-2513 is a high-end cutting solution which operates with increased speed and efficiency.

In the trend for customisation, Mimaki will also showcase its range of direct-to-object solutions, including the UJF-6042 MkII e, which will demonstrate 360-degree printing with the Kebab HS unit.

Notably, two industrial-grade UJF-7151 plusII UV printers will be working alongside a robotic arm which will address future trends in printing, particularly automation.

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