TOMDOM founder, Vyacheslav Markov, explains how Mimaki’s digital printing technology makes designing and personalising interiors that much simpler TOMDOM online store is one of the largest Russian online trading platforms, offering a broad range of home textiles. During its 12 years in the market, Moscow-based TOMDOM has become a leading vendor of ready-made curtains with […]
IZOSTUDIA’s capabilities, its advanced approach to production, and professional responsibility have won the attention of the most reputable customers Krasnodar, Russia-based, IZOSTUDIA, is a perfect example of a powerful, diverse, end-to-end advertising production company with twenty years of business history. Its portfolio covers the entire sphere of the advertising market — outdoor and interior advertising, […]
In 2012, Elena Larina founded the company, Fancy Armor, and began its journey as a creative, pioneering business, selling customised travel gear. But in early April 2020, the coronavirus disrupted the well-established business, effectively putting a stop to the tourism industry. However, the pause lasted only three days, as Larina made an operative decision to reassign its capacities to the production of reusable textile masks, now that demand for the product is at an all-time high.
Italian company, Energiapura, a specialist manufacturer of functional sportswear, began producing masks in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Using Mimaki sublimation printers, the masks can be customised, allowing them to move away from their connotation with hospitals by transforming them into a fashion accessory. More than ‘just a mask’, it is a fully fledged facial protective device.
Co-founded by Marcin Krakowiak and Bartłomiej Jakóbowski in 2000, Polish printing company D-POS have gone from creating point of sale material to building a clientele base made up of interior designers, architects and collectors, with Mimaki playing a crucial role in enabling them to expand their range of surface applications as they continue to innovate.
When espoused entrepreneurs Michał and Ania Laskowski set upon a new venture to create a textile business serving the Polish craft community, a Mimaki direct-to-textile printer investment was ‘the only choice’ for CottonBee’s start-up requirements, transforming the company from a side hustle to an established business that goes from strength to strength.
Eindhoven based 3D printing company, Marketiger, focuses entirely on printing full-colour 3D objects, including figurines and maquettes and does this exclusively with the Mimaki 3DUJ-553. Founder, Maikel de Wit, sees Mimaki as a reliable partner that enables his company to face the future with confidence.
GSG masterfully implement the combination of cycling and digital printing thanks to Mimaki digital printers. In a sport where one thousandth of a second can make the difference, the details of technical clothing have a key role to play. Back in the 20s and 30s, famous cyclist, Ambrogio Binda, said that nothing else was needed […]
From its base in Nottinghamshire, UK, Managing Director, Ian Bradbeer explains how Badgemaster has become a market leader, with an enviable client list of blue-chip brands operating in the service, retail, hospitality and healthcare industries. With help from the Mimaki UJF MkII, they are now offering a unique service to companies thanks to its vision and commitment to quality and innovation.
From the Republic of San Marino, Personal World 38 srl share their experience with sublimation printing. Using the Mimaki Bompan Textile transfer printer, they discuss production capacity and quality, costs and reliability (even in the absence of an operator), with an eye to ecological sustainability. The field of textile sublimation printing is a promising one. […]