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Mimaki USA announces new Kebab options for UJF Series UV-LED flatbed printers

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

New configurations enable printing on cylindrical objects

Suwanee, GA – Mimaki USA, a leading manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers and cutters, today announced two new Kebab options for printing on cylindrical objects using the company’s UJF -7151 plus or the new UJF MkII Series UV-led printers.

UV technology has revolutionized the inkjet world by enabling print service providers to print directly to previously unimaginable substrates. Print service providers can go beyond flat media and command a piece of the ever-increasing demand for customizing just about everything. The Kebab option for UJF Series printers is prized by many users for its ability to print on cylindrical objects such as stainless steel tumblers, bottles, cans, vases, packaging and candle holders.

Available for order now are the new Kebab MkII device for the UJF-3042 MkII printer, and the Kebab MkII L device for the UJF-6042 MkII and the UJF-7151 plus printers. All Kebab devices offer 360-degree direct printing on a wide range of material sizes. These new options are easily mounted to the printer’s flatbed table. They function intuitively via Mimaki’s RasterLink6 software.

Specification Overview

Kebab MkII

Kebab MkII L

Compatible printer model

UJF-3042 MkII

UJF-6042 MkII
UJF-7151 plus

Rotary degree of printing material

Over ±360°

Rotation system

Rollers

Rotation resolution

Approximately 7.0μm

Applicable roundness

Under 0.01 inches (0.5 mm)

Printable length

1.1 – 11.8 inches
(30 – 300 mm)

1.1 – 23.6 inches
(30 – 600 mm)

Printable diameter

0.3 - 4.3 inches (10 – 110 mm)

The original Kebab is still available for the UJF-3042HG and the UJF-6042 printers.

 

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