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Sustainability is central to the Mimaki, with the company showing how it is supporting the sustainable development of the industry and improving its environmental footprint, and that of its customers.

Mimaki says its vision for a more sustainable future is evident throughout the product line-up at drupa, it is showcasing its latest UV print technologies, designed to help users reduce energy consumption, minimise volatile organic compounds (VOC) emissions and generate less waste.

Among the technologies from the current Mimaki product portfolio is the recently launched UCJV330-160, an integrated sign printer/cutter that features innovative 2.5D printing function to create embossed effects. Also central to the Mimaki booth is the JFX600-2531 printer and CFX-2531 cutting plotter, demonstrated as a complete industrial print-and-cut solution. 

With the trend of customisation on the rise, Mimaki is also showcasing its range of direct-to-object solutions, including the UJF-6042 MkII e, which is demonstrating 360-degree printing with the Kebab HS unit. For the textile segment, Mimaki is featuring the TxF300-75 for direct-to-film printing,

From the Mimaki stand, Marc Verbeen outlines the new developments to Print21 editor Wayne Robinson, and says why they will make a difference to print businesses in ANZ.

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