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Double textile printer launch for Mimaki

Hybrid Services, the exclusive distributor for Mimaki in the UK and Ireland, has announced a double textile printer launch in response to a change in industry demand.

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The Mimaki TS100-1600 will be available to purchase from April

The Mimaki TS100-1600 and the Mimaki Tiger-1800B MkIII Printer will be made available to the UK and Irish markets through Hybrid Services this spring.

The latest addition to Mimaki’s 100 Series portfolio, the TS100-1600 is described as “ideal” for print businesses looking to add a first digital sublimation printing solution or expand their production capacity

The machine has a print width of 1,600mm and top speed of 70sq m/h, while it also uses a 1-litre ink bottles, which Mimaki says helps reduce the running cost and enables continuous operation.

“The opportunity for printers to adopt dye sub printing is significant,” Hybrid’s managing director Brett Newman says, adding: “With an increase in demand for personalisation, bespoke prints and custom décor, the new TS100-1600 offers companies a low cost route into this proven technology.”

The launch of these two important textile printers confirms Mimaki’s significant and ongoing commitment to delivering cutting edge fabric printing solutions

Meanwhile, the new Mimaki Tiger-1800B MkIII is available as a direct-to-textile or sublimation transfer printing solution. New features include ‘Mimaki Printer Controller’ software, designed for ease-of-use and simple operation.

The device is also supported by the latest ‘TxLink4’ software, featuring a new ‘Parallel RIP function’ that can manage multiple sets of print data at once to and a ‘Variable print function’ for creative apparel applications.

“The launch of these two important textile printers confirms Mimaki’s significant and ongoing commitment to delivering cutting edge fabric printing solutions that respond to specific demands within our industry,” Newman says.

“With such a variety of options across the Mimaki range, we are in an enviable position to assist companies as they invest in new opportunities, increase capacity or simply seek to meet the specific needs of their business.”

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