Mimaki launches new CJV300 printer/cutter

Mimaki has announced a new series of print and cut machines, the CJV300. It’s available in 1.3 and 1.6m widths and can print at up to 105.9 sqm/hr hour. It uses two Epson printheads – the same print engine as Mimaki’s JV300.

Mimaki has also started shipping its SS21 silver ink for solvent printers with brightness 1.67 times greater than that of conventional silver inks, for stunning mirror effect results.

Mike Horsten, General Manager Marketing EMEA for Mimaki Europe explains: “This complements the SS21 Orange and Light Black inks introduced earlier this year and makes it possible for users to create metallic images in no less than 648 different colours with a silver underlay.”

Mimaki has also been appointed as official technical graphics supplier to the Caterham F1 team.



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