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Mimaki set for major 3D print push

Mimaki has announced the launch of its new full-colour Mimaki 3DUJ-2207 UV inkjet 3D printer, in a move that further enhances its position in the developing 3D print market.

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The Mimaki 3DUJ-2207 can print in over 10 million colours

Like its predecessor the 3DUJ-553, the new device offers users the ability to print over 10 million colours, which the manufacturer says opens up a wide range of opportunities.

The device also features Mimaki’s trademark clear resin, which can be utilised alone or mixed with colours to achieve varying levels of transparency, while it can handle water-soluble support materials enabling super-fine details to be printed in colour.

In addition, Mimaki says its compact 203 x 203 x 76mm design means it will be suitable for use in all sizes of print environment.

Brett Newman, managing director of Hybrid Services, the exclusive distributor of Mimaki kit in the UK and Ireland, comments: “The new Mimaki 3DUJ-2207 delivers a powerful solution for the 3D print industry, setting a fresh benchmark for price and performance with its incredible feature set.”
“Encompassing significant functionality already proven on the larger Mimaki 3DUJ-553, we anticipate strong uptake from companies seeking to leverage full colour 3D production.”
Mimaki expects the new machine to be commercially available worldwide from January 2021.

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