Focus on Wide Format Printing

Hybrid Services Mimaki TS30 offers winning combination for apparel printing

Mimakiʼs TS30-1300 dye sublimation printer offers a winning combination of productivity and functionality, thanks to its high-quality construction and price to performance ratio. It makes getting into roll-to-roll printing onto polyester more attainable than ever, enabling sportswear companies, apparel brands and fashion labels to enter the market with inhouse short run printing or sampling.

Capable of print speeds of up to 19.6sq m/h, the TS30 has a 1.3m print width and uses Mimakiʼs Oeko-Tex approved sublimation inks to produce vibrant, long-lasting prints onto transfer paper that can then be sublimated onto polyester fabric – or even prepared mugs, metal objects and other items for promotional or sign production. With Mimakiʼs fluorescent inks available for the TS30, itʼs also perfect for dancewear, high impact sports kits and other dayglo applications.

Brett Newman, chief operations manager at Mimakiʼs UK and Irish distributor, Hybrid Services, said: “The TS30 is a hugely popular printer with new startups and education establishments as well as print companies looking to diversify their offering. Itʼs easy to operate and maintain, offers features typically found on printers that cost significantly more and delivers the high-quality result customers demand – itʼs a winning combination.”

The Mimaki TS30-1300 Xaar New print head delivers speed and precision for new pixeljet printer

The versatility and performance of the Xaar 1201 print head ensures that the latest Pixeljet printer from Monotech Systems delivers the speed and precision needed for graphics and wide format media printing. The Pixeljet miniRTR 6 printer, equipped with Xaar 1201 print heads, can handle a broad scope of flexible media for indoor and outdoor applications. This new printer is available in six colour and four colour plus white varnish versions, with the latter having the capability to print white in different modes. This improves the opacity of the printed material as well as increasing colour contrast and readability. The Pixeljet miniRTR has been designed for customers who are wanting to move from eco-solvent printing to UV printing and provides stability, high precision and speed within an entry-level solution, supported by the Xaar 1201 print head. The Xaar 1201ʼs Thin Film Piezo Silicon MEMS technology is capable of jetting a range of relevant fluids (EcoSolvent, UV-curable and Aqueous) for wide format graphics, direct to garment and textile applications. With its 1280 nozzles and capability to produce print with an apparent resolution of over 1440dpi, the Xaar 1201 delivers simple integration for manufacturers looking for a flexible,

small four colour, yet affordable printhead for a low cost WFG or textiles printer.

The Pixeljet miniRTR Mutoh New multi-purpose hybrid printer introduced

Mutoh is a Japan-based leading supplier of digital printers with more than 65 years of R&D and manufacturing experience. The new 64in wide Value-Jet 1627MH is the latest hybrid printer to join Mutohʼs range of UV LED, sign and display, digital transfer and direct to textile print equipment. The ValueJet 1627MH hybrid inkjet printer features a hot air knife media drying system and unique CMYK + white resin- based inks, enabling direct printing on the widest range of white, transparent and coloured rigid and roll substrates. It is equally suited for sign and display print shops for the production of both indoor and long-term outdoor prints, as well as for graphic companies looking for a digital solution for proofing or short-run production of packaging prototypes or customised labels, even for industrial businesses specialised in thermo-forming. | 42 | July 2019

ValueJet 1627MH

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