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Avery Dennison Adopts Mimaki UV Printer for TrafficJet Xpress

Global industry leader and manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers and cutting plotters Mimaki Engineering Co., Ltd. has announced that US company Avery Dennison has adopted their UV curable inkjet printer for a new model of its traffic sign printing system, TrafficJet Xpress, which was launched at the recently concluded Intertraffic Amsterdam 2024 (16-19 April, 2024).

The Avery Dennison TrafficJet Print System is a digital print platform that prints on reflective sheeting for traffic signs, vehicle marking, and traffic devices. The American company manufactures reflective sheeting and digital inks and provides customers with printer installation and service. It features a long-term digital sign warranty of up to 15 years for outdoor exposure. Since Avery Dennison began offering its first system in 2013, it has been supporting the digitalization of the traffic sign manufacturing process around the world. In 2020, the company also began offering TrafficJet Pro, a high-speed printer for high-volume production that uses UV-curable ink, which allows post processing immediately after printing without ink drying time, with the added advantage of a more environmentally friendly UV printing solution.

TrafficJet Xpress is based on Mimaki’s UV-curable inkjet printer, which will be used in the new entry-level system, offering the advantage of UV printing to sign shop at all production levels.

The selection of Mimaki’s products by Avery Dennison further strengthens the partnership between the two companies. Customers are expected to gain added value in traffic signage production using the products and solutions offered by both companies. Both companies have also reaffirmed their commitment to further expanding this collaboration for the benefit of their customers’ business growth around the world.

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