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Mimaki Engineering, a manufacturer of inkjet printers and cutting systems, showcased its broad portfolio of cutting-edge digital print technologies at ITMA 2019 which was held in Barcelona, Spain between 20-26 June this year.

“The show included the first global showing of a brand-new hybrid digital textile printer, uniquely featuring both direct-to-textile and direct-to-transfer print capabilities. Crucially, these features enable textile and garment manufacturers to achieve unparalleled flexibility and enhanced application opportunities for increased business growth,” stated the press release.

To facilitate these benefits, according to Mimaki, the new printer also allows multiple sets of inks to be loaded simultaneously, supporting increased fabric range versatility and maximum product variety.

As the future of textile printing and for further production benefits, Mimaki also gave a sneak preview of its new and upcoming TA Job Controller software, specifically designed for textile production environments.
For use on Mimaki’s EDP-awarded Tiger Pro Series and Rimslow TR Series and all Mimaki textile printers, TA Job Controller enables users to connect one-on-one to the RIP and other devices, for an automated workflow from design to pre-print, print and post print processes.

“As a pioneer in textile printing, this industry has always been in our company’s DNA and we are excited to show our extensive textile portfolio at ITMA 2019,” comments Danna Drion, marketing manager EMEA, Mimaki Europe.
“The potential of digital printing in textiles is clearly evident, and we aim to provide the technology to enable our customers to take full advantage of it and grow profitably,” Drion added.