Sticker making digital print by Hirst Signs. Mimaki JV33 and Mimaki CG-160FX Finecut JV33 CG on Corel Draw 12
A how-to guide showing you the right way to print high qualoty Soyang banners on your Mimaki JV5 or JV33, then finish, hem and eyelet using equipment from Miller Weldmaster, distributed by Solent Sewing & Welding. Produced by Mimaki’s exclusive UK & Irish distributor, Hybrid Services Ltd. How to turn print into profit!
Large format flatbed digital printers are among the most popular new digital printers, typically using UV-curable ink. Mimaki has been using LED technology for some time now, and this is what’s used in the JFX200-2513. There are good reasons to use LEDs for curing the ink. Traditionally curing of the UV ink is done using […]
Mimaki brings print production creativity to Viscom Frankfurt 2014 and My Mimaki Days events in Germany Amsterdam, October 29, 2014 Mimaki is continuing its Pan-European showcase: Let’s Create… Together. The company will be bringing its vaunted print production creativity to Viscom Frankfurt 2014, Germany, from November 5 to 7, 2014, and holding a variety of […]
MIMAKI is at Sign Istanbul 2014 fair with its new products Adopting the continuity in its R&D works through its innovative approach, MIMAKI will come together with its visitors at SIGN ISTANBUL 2014 with its new models this year as well. It will host its guests at the Hall 12 stand no C-20 in this […]
The Much Loved and Awarded JV33 Just Got Faster – Mimaki Delivers Another Innovation at C!Print Amsterdam, February 4, 2014 Mimaki Europe, announced that it will introduce the enhanced version of the JV33 series at C!Print in Lyon, France. Focused on bringing new ideas, new applications and new markets to providers of printing services, the […]
Be sure to use media within the sizes you’ll find in the table below. Model Media size Roll weight Outside diameter Inside diameter JV33-130 210mm – 1371mmm 25 kg or less 180mm diameter or less 2 or 3 inches JV33-160 210mm -1620mm 25 kg or less 180mm diameter or less 2 or 3 inches
All printing modes and resolutions can utilize the maximum printing width. Printing data over 1,150mm width or high output resolution and a high number of passes will result in a slower, but higher quality print.