Mimaki to release new grand-format printer in autumn
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By News Desk
5 September 2012
The Mimaki JFX500-2131 is aimed at the graphic display market
Mimaki has announced it will bring to market a new grand-format UV-curable printer this autumn – the Mimaki JFX500-2131 – described as offering speeds 2.5 times faster than the manufacturer's conventional JFX printers.
The flat-bed machine can print at up to 60sq m/hr in CMYK or 45sq m/hr for white ink, and uses a new formulation of CMYK LED curing ink – LUS-150 – that provides flexibility of up to 150 percent. Alternatively, the more rigid LH-100 CMYK ink or flexible, six-colour LF-140 ink can be used on the Mimaki JFX500-2131, with all formulations also offering white ink.
The printer also features the Mimaki Circulation Technology, designed to prevent pigment settling in the ink lines and to reduce ink wastage, and Mimaki's Degassing Module to stop the formation of gas or bubbles inside the ink. Variable drop options and the Mimaki Advanced Pass System for multiple printing passes are also included in the new machine.
"The JFX500-2131 is loaded with powerful new features," comments Mike Lewis, industrial products sales manager at Mimaki's UK and Ireland distributor Hybrid Services. "It's a highly innovative printer that delivers substantial productivity, typically high Mimaki print quality and some important environmental advantages too."
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