Hybrid showcase substantial new Mimaki printers at Sign & Digital UK 2010

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With a product range as broad as any, the addition of further new machines to Mimaki’s range is an excellent reason to visit Sign & Digital UK at the NEC in April. Mimaki’s exclusive UK and Ireland distributor, Hybrid Services Ltd, will be hosting the launch of the new TX400-1800 direct to textile printer along with the show’s debut of the impressive desktop A3 LED UV direct to product printer – the Mimaki UJF-3042. Naturally, Hybrid will also be exhibiting Mimaki’s core sign and graphics printers like the wide format and baby grand JV33 and JV5, the JFX-1631 grand format LED UV cure printer and the Mimaki CJV30 combined printer / cutter machines – ensuring that visitors to their stand will be well served with solutions at every size, price and technology.

The launch of the TX400 is of special interest to print companies interested in providing volume, water based, direct to polyester or dye sublimated flags, point of sale and soft signage work. This printer continues Mimaki’s strong heritage in direct-to-textile printing, delivering impressive production speeds, vibrant colours, low print costs and exhibiting excellent environmental credentials.

The new A3 desktop printer uses Mimaki’s pioneering cold cure LED UV technology to print to small format products or substrate up to 50mm thick. Ideal for promotional products companies, manufacturing applications, small, high quality signage output or the badge and label market, its high resolution output, white ink and fast print speeds deliver a very quick branded product or finished sign.

National Sales Manager for Hybrid, John de la Roche invites existing and prospective customers alike to the show; “On the Hybrid stand you’ll find practically every printing technology that Mimaki produce in a snapshot of their stunning range of hardware. We’ll be delighted to welcome customers old and new, and provide an insight into how investment in a Mimaki can make such a difference to every printing or graphics company.”