Mimaki USA (Suwanee, GA) has announced the launch of its new compact, full-color 3DUJ-2207 UV Inkjet 3D printer. Previously the first to bring over 10 million colors to the 3D printing market with its larger-scale industrial counterpart, the 3DUJ-553, Mimaki now combines the same color range and build quality in a compact, affordable solution, according to a statement from the company.
The 3DUJ-2207 represents a huge step forward for detailing and post-processing, per the statement, with the combination of its full-color capabilities and water-soluble support materials enabling super-fine details to be printed in vibrant color, and then preserved without the substantial breakage risks usually associated with manual cleaning, painting and finishing. Additional features, such as Mimaki’s clear resin, can be used alone or mixed with colors to achieve varying levels of transparency.
The 3DUJ-2207 is designed with functionality at its core, with a compact design reduced 8 x 8 x 3-in. build space. The 3D printer’s quiet performance and optional deodorizer minimize some of the primary disruptions usually associated with 3D printing technologies, ensuring maximum workability in busy workspaces.
For more information, visit mimakiusa.com.
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