New CJV300 Series from Mimaki

An expansion of the JV300 Series platform.

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Mimaki has introduced two inkjet printers and cutters, the 54-in. CJV300-130 and 64-in. CJV300-160 model, which expand on the company’s JV300 Series platform with continuous registration mark detection, designed for uninterrupted cutting; a reformulated silver ink designed for labels, decals and package prototypes; eight ink channels; and up to 10 ink colors. Available with eco-solvent or dye-sublimation inks.

The CJV300 Series is designed for volume production of labels, decals, T-shirt transfers, window clings, floor graphics, P-O-P displays, vehicle markings, packaging, fine art reproductions, and more.

Staggered-configuration printheads allow up to four channels per color, and printing speeds up to 1140 sq ft/hr, according to Mimaki. Nozzle Check Unit identifies potential nozzle outages between file runs; Nozzle Recovery System assigns working nozzles as substitutes.

The CVJ300 series features RasterLink6 RIP software, which includes a 648-color swatch palette of metallics; FineCut8 plug-in for Illustrator and CorelDraw; and Simple Studio print-cut software.


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