Mimaki To Introduce Eco-Solvent Silver Ink At Labelexpo

Mimaki, a major manufacturer of wide format printers will be showcasing unique new products for the label market that can be created with the Mimaki family of printers at Labelexpo Europe 2015. The labels embellished with Mimaki’s Eco-Solvent Silver Ink will be a highlight at the event, alongside flexible and rigid labels for safety applications such as fire exits and assembly point indicators, delivered on the UJF-6042.

“Mimaki is focused on bringing high value solutions to the label market,” says Mike Horsten, General Manager Marketing of Mimaki EMEA. “Visitors to our stand at the show will see this in action with a wide array of differentiated applications that our printers make possible. We are looking forward to speaking to visitors at the show, learning more about their businesses, and inspiring them with new revenue-generating ideas to realise their imagination with an affordable investment. We’ll make the Labelexpo theme of technology saving the day a true deliverable at the Mimaki booth.”

Mimaki will be showcasing a variety of large format printers at the show. These include:

CJV150 Series: This series of award-winning printers comes in four different print widths and integrated cutting solutions at a print speed of up to 56 m2/h and features automatic switching from printing to cutting. Continuous crop mark detection delivers accurate contour cutting to support even the most complex label layouts. New eco-solvent silver ink opens the door to new and profitable product offerings for label converters,

UJF6042 A2 Format UV LED Flatbed Printer: With outstanding 1800×1800 print quality, this energy saving eco-friendly printer with LED UV curing has multiple ink options, including white ink, clear varnish and inkjet primer for printing on a wider variety of substrates. This printer is ideally suited for production of rigid or flexible labels, promotional material and packaging prototypes.

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