MIMAKI announces the launch of a new 3D printer, Mimaki 3DFF-222, designed for signage and display applications. The printer uses a plant-derived eco-plastic made from corn and potato starch and it can produce jigs and three-dimensional signage when used in combination with Mimaki’s range of LED UV flatbed printers. The new 3D printer co-branded with Sindoh, a manufacturer of 3D printers and multi-function printers based in South Korea, offers a wealth of benefits for sign and display printers.
Mimaki 3DFF-222 is capable of inexpensively producing customised print jigs, which can be used to stabilise print quality when printing on flatbed direct-to-shape UV LED printers from our UJF Series. Sign and display printers can now benefit with time and cost savings through efficient in-house manufacturing of colourful indoor signs and channel letters, which are 3D printed first and then decorated using Mimaki’s UV printers in LD mode, allowing high quality print on three-dimensional objects. The printer will be commercially available from the end April 2019. Mimaki 3DFF-222 will be on display at Sign & Digital UK 2019 from April 2–4 at NEC in Birmingham.
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