Mimaki is a global industry leader of wide-format inkjet printers, cutting plotters, 3D modeling machines, software, hardware and associated consumable items, such as inks and cutting blades. The company engineers and manufactures a complete range of products that provide a total workflow solution for the sign graphics, textile & apparel, industrial products and 3D markets. Mimaki excels in offering superior quality and reliable products, based upon its aqueous, solvent and UV-curable inkjet technology. The company’s tagline, “We Are Wide Format,” highlights Mimaki’s commitment to deliver cutting-edge technologies for more than 40 years.
Specialty of Color is a specialty distributor that supplies Converting Equipment, RIP Software, Laminators, Heat Presses, Cutters, Trimmers, Media Handling Equipment & more for exhibit builders, manufacturers & the sign making industry
Murakami Screen USA offers the finest screen printing emulsions available with exceptional durability and resolution of fine details. We also distribute Smartmesh by the yard, bolt, or in pre-stretched screens in most common sizes. Our system includes compatible chemistries to reclaim and...
Mimaki’s UCJV300 Series offers in-line cutting capabilities and features layered print technology, such as four-layer and five-layer for transitional or double facing images. Prints are instantly-cured at even the highest production speeds, allowing you to quickly print and immediately move to... Read more
Mimaki's UJV55-320 super wide format UV-LED printer is a 128-inch roll-to-roll model featuring seven ink colors, including white for printing on transparent or colored media. It supports media up to 127.9 inches wide for oversized graphics and panels, or can print simultaneously onto two rolls... Read more
Mimaki's TS55-1800 is a water-based sublimation transfer paper model, offering new levels of quality and productivity for digital textile printing. This printer keeps running costs low with the mini jumbo roll and 10 kg ink supply units, which allows for unattended continuous printing. A maximum... Read more