FESPA Munich: Mimaki showcases new TxF150-75 DTF printer

Mimaki Europe, a manufacturer of inkjet printing and cutting technologies, is exhibiting at FESPA Munich to look at the sector with a “new perspective” with its latest innovations, technologies and collaborative projects.

Mimaki has on display its flagship printers and cutters for the sign graphic, industrial, and textile markets, including the recently announced TxF150-75 Direct-to-Film (DTF) machine, the high performing 330 Series and the entry-level 100 Series.

Mimaki’s first foray into DTF technology, the TxF150-75, made its international show debut at FESPA. It has been developed to provide an easy and affordable process for decorating apparel.

“The TxF150-75 responds to the market need for a reliable, stable DTF technology. Equipped with Mimaki’s core technologies, it prevents common issues, such as poor ink ejection and white ink clogging, ensuring that processes are carried out efficiently with minimal intervention needed,” the company said.

Other notable technologies on show include Mimaki’s flagship sign and display technology from the entry-level 100 Series and the high-performance 330 Series. 

The print and cut workflow is demonstrated with Mimaki’s latest cutting plotter, the CG-AR series. 

Industrial printers can also see Mimaki’s advanced UV flatbed printers, from the smaller size UJF-6042 MkII e to the large format JFX600-2513. 

For textile printers, the company is showcasing its sublimation printers, the TS100-1600 and TS330-1600.

Embracing FESPA’s theme of “New Perspectives”, Mimaki said it is recontextualising the print industry through the lens of sustainability, reinstating the company’s commitment to it and engaging and collaborating with creative eco-conscious minds from across the industry. 

At FESPA this year, Mimaki is also showcasing the Dutch surrealist Rik Lina’s visually vibrant art inspired by the natural world. The artwork headlining the booth, titled “Fascinated Rainforest”, is based on Lina’s travels in the rainforests of Saba, in which he seeks to capture the essence of nature and instil the same feeling of awe in the viewer that he had while there.

The staple customer gallery also returned, including various inspiring applications created by Mimaki’s customers across multiple sectors, from sign graphics and industrial to textile and 3D.

Mimaki general manager for marketing Danna Drion said: “The environment is a critical concern across all print sectors – including for us here at Mimaki. We are working towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, focusing on reducing wastage and water and encouraging and helping printers to create sustainable applications, where possible.

“We returned to FESPA to join hands with the industry to collaborate and hopefully inspire some creative, show-stopping end-products.”

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