Mimaki USA Announces UJF-3042 Mark II EX Model UV-LED Flatbed Printer

Mimaki USA, a leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and cutters, has announced the UJF-3042 Mark II (MkII) EX model, once again expanding the company’s award-winning and top-selling series of UV-LED tabletop printers. This new model supports additional ink configurations to, and increases capacity on, an already popular platform. It will be on display in the Mimaki USA main booth 3569 at the International Sign Expo, April 20-22 in Las Vegas.

The UJF-3042 MkII EX printer includes eight ink channels enabling users to take advantage of all available ink colors. This model can accommodate Light Cyan and Light Magenta, or be configured with Clear, Primer and White inks at the same time. Available colors include Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black, Light Cyan, Light Magenta, White, Clear and jettable Primer; inks are available in 1 liter or 250 ml bottles.

The UJF-3042 MkII EX model joins the popular UJF Series of UV-LED tabletop and benchtop printers that enable users – including commercial print service providers, promotional and personalization item printers, makers, technologists, educators and manufacturers – to realize the benefits of digital printing with higher margins and lower production costs, without compromising quality.

The UJF-3042 MkII EX printer can print onto media up to 11.8 inches wide by 16.5 inches deep x 6 inches thick. The Kebab MkII option is available for printing on cylindrical objects such as stainless steel tumblers, bottles, cans, vases, packaging, and shipping tubes.

Ink sets include LH-100 ink for high scratch and chemical resistance, LUS-120 ink for flexibility and scratch resistance, and LUS-150 ink for balanced adhesion and flexibility.

The UJF-3042 MkII EX printer is expected to be available for order from Mimaki authorized representatives by Summer 2017.

For more information, visit www.mimakiusa.com.

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