Mimaki USA Announces Product Expansion of the UCJV300 Series
Suwanee, GA, March 22, 2018 – Mimaki USA announced its product expansion of the UCJV Series with the newly developed UCJV300-75, UCJV300-107 and UCJV300-130. These three printers offer a smaller footprint with the same operational features of the larger, widely-successful UCJV300-160. U.S. inventory is expected to be available in mid-summer 2018.
The new UCJV300 printers deliver a remarkable range of applications and versatility with layered print technology including newly developed four-layer and five-layer capabilities. Their integrated cut functionality enables volume production of labels, decals, window clings, vehicle markings and more in each unit. The printers also utilize flexible UV inks that cure instantly, allowing customers to quickly print and immediately laminate or deliver the finished product without waiting for drying.
With the capability of layered printing, each printer can deliver dynamic backlit graphics, or graphics that are transformed with different light sources, which are certain to command high margins. UV-curable inks also offer greater opacity with less ink consumption than other ink formulations. Mimaki’s high-opacity white ink combined with five-layered printing enables specialized applications, such as “push/pull” door signs.
As GREENGUARD certified products utilizing Mimaki original inks, the UCJV Series printers have met some of the world's most comprehensive standards for low emissions of VOCs. All of the machines also reduce environmental impact using low heat output and power consumption, and ensure healthier printing with UV inks.
Each of the print-and-cut machines include RasterLink6 Plus software, featuring design plug-ins and an ID Cut function that improves production.
Core Technologies include Mimaki Advanced Pass System 4, Variable Dot Printing, Waveform Control, Mimaki Circulation Technology, Nozzle Check Unit and Nozzle Recovery System.
The preceding press release was provided by a company unaffiliated with Printing Impressions. The views expressed within do not directly reflect the thoughts or opinions of Printing Impressions.