A flat printer to decorate all surfaces up to 300mm

The Practika Mig 64 from MuchColours is a flat printer for digital prints able to decorate all surfaces up to a maximum thickness of 300 mm. The bed dimension is 1600 x 3000 mm. The Practika Mig 64 is targeted at digital printing for glass, aluminium, stainless steel, thermoforming plastics, leather, wood, and MDF coated wood. The machine has an inkjet system which has been designed for applying nanocolor inks.

The microscopic molecules of the nanocolor inks are able to penetrate more easily difficult materials as glass, ceramics, wood, leather or metal and therefore achieve an impressing adhesion and printing quality. The grip on most materials is assured by the fact that nanocomponents of the colour fluid can penetrate and crosslink all the materials because of the components’ very small sizes. Moreover it is also possible to use pigmented or sublimation inks. The flatbed unit can be optionally equipped with a roll printing system in order to enlarge the application possibilities.

In addition to the CMYK standard inks there are special colours available. The Practika can be adapted to many individual printing and material requirements by installing different additional equipment and a special drying device, mounted directly on the print head.

Practika is the only digital printer in the world able to reproduce Fluorescent Red and Yellow colours on any type of support. Global brands such as Adidas, Timberland, Fendi, and Dolce and Gabbana use the Practika Mig 64 to print on leather goods such as shoes, bags, and belts. The Practika Mig 64 can be used directly in any manufacturing facility for glass, wood, leather, and other materials. It presents a new opportunity for sign makers involved in or seeking opportunities to provide services to such industries through value addition for home and office decoration,” says Dario Rampinelli, sales manager, MuchColours.

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