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Innovations Announces Mimaki USA to be Featured in Upcoming Episode, Hosted by Ed Begley, Jr.

Monday, September 09, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Suwanee, GA - Mimaki USA, known for their wide-format printing and cutter capabilities, announced today that they will be participating in an upcoming episode of Innovations.

Since 1988, Mimaki has offered digital products such as cutters, wide format sign & graphics printers, textile printers and industrial inkjet color decoration UV cure products for many applications worldwide.

In this episode, Innovations will take audiences behind-the-scenes to look at Mimaki's varied printing capabilities and sophisticated RIP software, which produces lifelike high quality color imaging to all types of media and materials used in the sign/graphics and textile marketplace.

Mimaki USA will be showcasing many different digital printing devices and specialized cutters designed to produce high resolution color graphics on rigid and soft signage medias, textiles (flag, banner and apparel), and many different non-porous plastics used in awards, trophy, and promotional product decoration industries.

Mimaki USA is also a major player in the textile banner, commercial graphics, and digital-printing based advertising market sectors.

“Mimaki's finished products include high-end plastic signage, public transportation advertisements, and Italian fashion design," said Martin O'Keefe, producer for Innovations. “With a hand in nearly every industry, we look forward to educating the public on Mimaki's innovative products and their philosophy to continually advance and expand as technology progresses.”


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Richard Romano

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Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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