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Mimaki Announces The Release Of Pure Clear Ink “MH-110PCL” For 3D Printing

Press release from the issuing company

Left: MH-100CL, Right: MH-110PCL

Suwanee, GA – Mimaki USA, a leading manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers and cutters, announces the release of the Pure Clear ink “MH-110PCL”. Intended for use with the Mimaki 3DUJ-553 full color 3D printer. The new Pure Clear ink “MH-110PCL” will be available beginning May 2022.

Responding to customer demand, the newly developed pure clear ink “MH-110PCL” negates the yellowish tint evident in the previous “MH-100CL” clear ink, enabling more transparent modeling. The ink delivers truly clear output as intended by designers and architects, which is expected to be used in product design for home appliances and cosmetics and design mock-ups and verification for industrial products. It is also suitable for medical and architectural models requiring visualization to confirm internal structures.

As with the conventional “MH-100CL” clear ink, the pure clear “MH-110PCL” ink is not only limited to just clear output. It can also be combined with color inks (cyan, magenta, yellow and black) to reproduce translucent color effects. Accordingly, the Mimaki 3D printer “3DUJ-553,” featuring the “full-color modeling capability with more than 10 million colors,” allows for use in designs emphasizing a broader range of colors and visuals than ever before with the addition of the clear and translucent color expressions enabled by the transparent pure clear ink “MH-110PCL.”

MH-110PCL will be available in 4.8 L capacity ink bottles.

FEATURES

Pure clear ink expressing glass/acrylic-like transparency

The noticeable yellowish tint of the conventional clear ink “MH-100CL” has been negated, allowing for the creation of more transparent modeled objects. Transparency is not lost even when the thickness of the modeling object is increased. Furthermore, designs with colored representation within transparent modeled objects are now represented with crisp expressions with MH-110PCL.

 

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