If you think that 3D printing is limited to small objects, then think again. The new Mimaki 3DGD-1800 3D printer is capable of producing objects up to 1.8 metres tall! And that’s not all: it offers unrivalled production speed. Curious? Read on to discover the five unique features of our large-format 3D printer.

Selectequip has purchased a Mimaki UCJV150-160UV roll-to-roll print and cut printer, and a Mimaki JFX200-2513 EX flatbed printer from CMYUK. The decision to buy this powerful printer duo was in response to the dramatic upsurge in demand for COVID-related products and signage.

Mimaki Europe will create a virtual showcase of its latest textile solutions at this year’s Innovate Textile & Apparel Trade Show (15-30 October 2020). Mirroring the traditional trade show experience, virtual show attendees will be able to tour Mimaki’s booth, see the technology in action and speak to the team about the latest market trends and the solutions that are helping customers meet current demands. The company’s flagship dye-sublimation printer, TS55-1800, and the new hybrid printer, TX300P-1800 MkII, will take centre stage on Mimaki’s interactive virtual booth and visitors will benefit from several exclusive show promotions, including a special deal on the TS55-1800 and a chance to win an entry-level sublimation printer.

As the demand for floor graphics increases, it’s time we got more creative.

UK and Ireland Mimaki distributor, Hybrid Services has announced the appointment of Brett Newman as its managing director. Having held the role of chief operations manager at the company since 2017, Newman’s promotion sees him take overall responsibility for the day-to-day running of the business along with increased involvement in the company’s strategic direction.

Managing partners at Print-Impress, Kieron Eaves and Amy Fairclough invested in this LED UV direct-to-object printer to offer unique products for their online seasonally driven personalised gift company.

TOMDOM founder, Vyacheslav Markov, explains how Mimaki’s digital printing technology makes designing and personalising interiors that much simpler.

Hi guys my name is Vaidas from WRAP VIRUS, I know that trying to choose the right printing and plotting equipment for your wrap shop can be extremely difficult. That's why we have decided to visit one of the leading manufacturers here in Australia to look for some advice.

Mimaki Europe, a leading manufacturer of inkjet printers and cutting systems, has announced the appointment of Takahiro Hiraki as Managing Director.

Leading wide format inkjet printer manufacturer, Mimaki Europe, and portable fume extraction technology specialists, BOFA International have announced the market release of the BOFA Air Purifier Unit. Launched in March 2020, the product was developed for one of Mimaki’s most cost-effective yet high-performance printers, the 3.2m-wide SWJ-320EA solvent printer, and extracts VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) emitted during production to ensure a cleaner and more pleasant working environment.

The dramatic transformation of the textile production industry that followed the boom of digital textile printing as well as advances in dye-sublimation technology, has opened up new, profitable market segments and application opportunities. In particular, fast fashion, sportswear and home décor have seen significant growth as well as visual and promotional communications. Soft signage for buildings and shop window displays, retail environments and other points of sale have presented a great opportunity for textile printers and print service providers operating in the large format sector.

The third and final session Mimaki Live webinar on Thursday, August 27, will focus on the impact of COVID-19 on the Industrial and Manufacturing sector. Discover unique opportunities with UV and 3D print technologies as our guest speakers share their first-hand experiences of dealing with the crisis!

Amid this global crisis, many market sectors and the businesses operating in them are facing significant challenges. The print industry has not escaped this downturn but, where possible, its resilient and resourceful members are looking for ways to remain productive and profitable. One of the ways in which print service providers are continuing to operate during this turbulent time is to diversify their product portfolio, offering new applications within market sectors that have been impacted to a lesser degree, or many even be seeing or expecting growth this year.

Bring your freshest ideas to market faster and more cost effectively than ever before with Mimaki's (r)evolutionary dye sublimation printer: the TS55-1800.

When GRS Signs finds a good product it sticks with it. Last month it purchased a Mimaki UCJV300-160 from CMYUK.

When Waterford-based Park Graphics set about specifying print hardware for its ambitious start-up project, the team’s requirements were as big as their plans. “We needed a wide format printer that could give us the scope to grow, deliver a wide range of products to our customers and have the capacity to cope with large print runs,” recalled owner, Garry Walshe. “As a young business, we also wanted to hit the ground running, so another important factor was ensuring we had the right training and support from a partner.”

Krasnodar, Russia-based,IZOSTUDIA, is a perfect example of a powerful, diverse, end-to-end advertising production company with twenty years of business history. Its portfolio covers the entire sphere of the advertising market — outdoor and interior advertising, shop and gas station design, decorative lighting of buildings, printing, souvenirs, as well as branding and promotional support for various events, including everything from holidays to state forums. Today, the geography of IZOSTUDIA’s orders embrace almost the entire European part of Russia, due to its broad offering, smart marketing policy and well-thought-out logistics.

Timing they often say is everything and Mike Rawlings MD at Signet Signs Ltd may well be inclined to agree.

Hybrid Services, Mimaki’s exclusive distributor for the UK and Ireland, has announced a promotion on its award-winning JFX200-2513 flatbed LED UV printer that positions the popular 8’ x 4’ model at only £49,995. With the additional inclusion of a number of normally optional extras, the competitive new pricing is expected to attract interest from businesses looking to leverage the benefits of direct to substrate printing for the first time.

Lil People Fctry started out as a passion project for Noël van Pol. Looking for a new career path with more human interaction and creativity, he stumbled upon the opportunity to produce 3D figurines of people. This sparked the idea of starting a company in the field. After working with his own sandstone printer for a number of years, Noël expanded his range with Mimaki 3D printing technology. Now his customers no longer want anything else.

HEAROES is an independent family run business that creates unique and personalised skins and accessories for hearing equipment, particularly for children. The company has recently acquired a Mimaki CJV150-75 integrated print and cut machine and Vivid Laminator from Newcastle based reseller, Your Print Specialists (YPS). The new equipment has helped HEAROES meet the ever-increasing demand for their products and allows them to grow the business even further.

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