The inks could open up a range of opportunities including printing onto glass displays
The manufacturer claims that the ink, revealed alongside the JV400 range at FESPA 2012, represents a 'unique opportunity' for the sign and display industry.
It says that firms can now produce a range of innovative products for the retail sector, including two-way window graphics, printing layers, and onto clear substrates.
Hybrid Services' national sales manager, John de la Roche, claims that it will 'generate new profit areas' for users.
He adds: “The Mimaki latex printer range already provides a broad creative capability, but the addition of the unique white ink means our customers can deliver exciting new products onto clear substrates with a vibrant colour yield."
With the UK trade show season set to kick into gear in the next month, Hybrid will be hoping to capatilise on showcasing the machine along with the inks, at Sign and Digtal UK and FESPA London.