Mimaki extends UCJV series

Mimaki has added three new sizes to its UCJV 300 series of wide format print and cut devices. The original machine, the 1.6m wide UCJV 300-160, was launched last October.

This Mimaki UCJV300-107 is a 109cm wide print and cut printer with UV LED inks.

Mimaki has now added three new models, the 300-75, which is 80cm wide, the 300-107, which is 109cm wide, and the 300-130, which is 136cm wide.

The UCJV series are UV printers with LED curing. They offer low running costs and can print to a wide range of materials, including PET film, fabric and heat sensitive media. They offer resolution from 300dpi to 1200 dpi and use Mimaki’s LUS-170 inks, which are Greenguard Gold certified.

There’s an ID Cut function for automatic cutting of consecutive jobs via barcode. They can also print 4-layer backlit images that contain both a day and night version of a graphic.

These new printers will be shown off at the Fespa show in Berlin this May and should be officially launched in July this year. Mimaki will also show its UV LED flatbed printers and the Tiger-1800B industrial textile printer, which can produce up to 385sq m/h, as well as the 3DUJ-553 3D printer.

Ronald van den Broek, general manager of Sales at Mimaki Europe, commented: “In line with Fespa’s theme ‘Where Print Takes Off’, we want to inspire visitors in ways that we have never done before, get them on board with Mimaki, and take their businesses to the next level.”




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