LFP - Large-Format-Printing
Build Your Imagination by understanding how digital printing opens new possibilities
Tuesday 10. April 2018 - Mimaki, a leading manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers and cutting systems, today announced it will be bringing inspirational samples and the printers that created them to Pure Digital, scheduled for 17 to 19 April in Amsterdam.
Mimaki will be located on Stand 12.107, occupying 48 square meters. Mimaki is a Gold Partner at this important event, designed to help the creative community better understand the possibilities digital printing opens for them. This first edition of Pure Digital is co-located with Building Holland.
“It is always enlightening and rewarding to interact with the creative community,” said Ronald van den Broek, General Manager Sales at Mimaki Europe. “They always take what we imagine much farther than we ever could. All we need to do is show them some possibilities, and they are off and running! Not only will we have the printing equipment available at Pure Digital, but we will also have some stunning examples for retail and home décor that are sure to inspire. This will be a must-visit stand for creatives attending Pure Digital.”
In addition to stunning samples sure to generate new ideas for attendees at Pure Digital, Mimaki will showcase its UV printing technology to demonstrate how it can be used to print directly on a wide range of materials for interior decoration and architectural purposes. This includes:
• UCJV300-160, an integrated printing and cutting solution ideal for printing on window graphics, wallpaper and more.
• UJF-3042MkII, with the ability to use multiple different types of inks to support a very wide range of applications and materials, including printing directly on wood, metal and glass.
Mimaki will also bring samples produced on its new and innovative 3DUJ-553 3D printer, which can be used for creating detailed architectural models and other 3D projects. The printer has a number of unique capabilities, including its ability to produce objects in more than 10 million different colours, eliminating the need to paint or otherwise decorate them post-production.