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i-Sub Digital presents very latest Mimaki kit at UK Open Days

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

KETTERING, UK -  The latest Mimaki printing technology – including the recently launched Mimaki JV300 range of solvent printers and print and cut systems – will be on display at i-Sub Digital's forthcoming Open Days.

Taking place at the Crewe headquarters of exclusive Mimaki UK and Ireland distributor Hybrid Services, the Open Days on October 8th and 9th 2014 will feature a host of printing equipment from desktop to grand-format.

Guests will be able to get hands-on with the new Mimaki JV300 solvent printers and the Mimaki JV33 Series.

In addition, i-Sub Digital's exclusive Digi-Foil digital foiling system will be showcased with the Mimaki UJF desktop printer, providing an opportunity for packaging and print businesses to see how stunning foiling effects can be achieved with minimal wastage in just minutes. 

Paired with the Kebab system for 360° direct printing onto cylindrical items such as candles, bottles and pens, the UJF offers a variety of options for expanding a business.

Experts from i-Sub Digital and Mimaki will also be giving demonstrations of the Mimaki JFX500 and Mimaki JFX200 UV flatbed printers, the UV Mimaki UJV500 roll-to-roll machine, the Mimaki JV400LX roll-fed printer with ecologically friendlier latex inks and the Mimaki JV400SUV for glossy, brilliantly defined prints.

"Our October Open Days are a rare opportunity to see our huge range of Mimaki printing equipment away from the noise and crowds of a trade show," says Andy Spreag, director of i-Sub Digital.

"From UV to solvent to latex, with a host of applications available, our Open Day guests will find plenty to meet their current demands and to set their imaginations going."


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