Mimaki USA (Suwanee, GA) has announced the launch of two inkjet printers for textile and apparel applications, the TS100-1600 sublimation transfer inkjet printer, and Tiger-1800B Mk III, a high-speed textile inkjet printer with belt conveying system, both available this spring.
According to a statement from the company, the TS100-1600 is an entry-level, high-performance sublimation printer that meets a diverse range of on-demand production. The ability to produce highly detailed, photographic quality prints with a wide array of colors, gradient capabilities and tonal quality is possible with print speeds up to 753 sq. ft./hour.
New to Mimaki’ line of sublimation printers is the use of one-liter bottled ink that will help reduce running costs by about half when compared to their conventional models, and enables stable, long-term operation due to the reduced frequency of ink replacement, also per the statement. The printer ships with RasterLink7 and is supported by TxLink4.
Tiger-1800B Mk III
The Tiger-1800B Mk III is a new, high-speed textile production model featuring the new Mimaki Printer Controller (MPC), a touch-screen operation software that enables faster operation and tighter control of production and quality. Integrated in the Tiger-1800 Mk III, the MPC enables faster operation and output with one-touch operations — according to Mimaki USA’s statement.Advertisement
The Tiger-1800B Mk III is equipped with a variety of features, including Nozzle Recovery System (NRS), and Mimaki Advanced Pass System 4 (MAPS4) to ensure consistent, stable, and high-quality printing. The Tiger-1800B Mk III has a maximum print speed of 4,144 sq. ft./hour and long-operating stability.
For more information, visit mimakiusa.com.
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