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More machines from Mimaki

 

Mimaki used the occasion of Viscom Paris to launch the CJV300 series print & cut machine, the first of a series of new products it plans to unveil this autumn.

The CJV300 is an integrated print and cut machine, which is available in 1.3 and 1.6m widths, to provide simultaneous printing and cutting operations with best-in-class print speeds of up to 105.9m² per hour. Its two newly developed staggered printheads deliver high-resolution printing, whilst continuous registration mark detection facilitates the uninterrupted cutting of an entire roll of media. Additionally, the registration marks produced on the CJV300 are zero-margin, thus reducing costly media consumption.

The launch of the CJV300 coincides with the availability of Mimaki’sSS21 silver ink, which will offer added value to manufacturers in the sticker, labelling, and print packaging sectors. This complements the SS21 orange and light black inks introduced earlier this year and also enables users to create metallic images in no less than 648 different colours, with a silver underlay.

The brightness of the SS21 silver ink is 1.67 times greater than that of conventional silver inks, to deliver outstanding mirror effect results. Compatible for use with all printers using SS21 inks, it will enable print companies to print dazzling finishes.

Mimakiplans to introduce two further machines at Viscom Italy in October, the Mimaki JV150 inkjet printer and its integrated counterpart, the CJV150, which offer print speeds of up to 56.2m² per hour and will be commercially available next spring.

For further information visit: www.hybridservices.co.uk

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