Mimaki has been providing a new solution and idea, which meet the signage market.

Orange and light-black inks are new solutions from Mimaki to obtain print results that have not beenrepresented ever.
The JV300 creates more attractive prints for a wide range of applications.

Orange ink broadens the range of color representation and adds vibrancy to your print


Print has less vibrancy


Bright and vibrant orange colors

By using the newly developed SS21 orange ink as a process color, 94% of the PANTONE color chart is covered with approximate colors. Thanks to a wider gamut with the orange ink, food freshness can be simulated, and corporate colors can be faithfully represented.

Light-black ink assists in beautiful monochrome image printing

The newly developed SS21 light-black ink and superior gray-balance control produce accurate grayscale printing without unexpected color shifts. Smooth and non-grainy skin tones and grayscale gradation are delivered.

Tone jump
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    Tone jumps are found

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    Smooth gradation

Color shift
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    ・Reddish gray
    ・Grainy skin tone

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    ・Non-reddish gray
    ・Smooth skin tone

White ink accentuates ink colors on transparent and opaque media with a high degree of opacity

The white ink allows the creation of multiple variations of colors to create many different types of window displays, such as those that display a store entrance or those that have dramatic and showy effects in open business areas. The JV300 is also capable of utilizing SS21 White Ink, which is an ink technology unique to Mimaki. We succeeded in creating a white concentration which exceeds that used in previous models by approximately 25% by utilizing larger ink droplets. We can more faithfully replicate beautiful colors by printing the colors on a white base. This approach provides even more design possibilities as well as additional options for media.

Comparison of white ink opacity (White ink base layer printing)

<Comparison conditions>
●Single layer printing at 200% ink limit
<Comparison method>
1.Single white base layer was printed on the media by JV300-160 and a conventional model.
2.Each printed media was placed on the Mimaki logo.
3. Light was applied from the reverse side, and the degree of opacity was checked.

Conventional model
Transmitted density 0.31

Print mode:720x1440,32P,Bi
Print speed:0.9㎡/h
Maximum ink droplet size:17pl
Media: PET clear for soft packaging (SPC-0641-62)

Transmitted density 0.39

Print mode:720x1440,32P,Bi
Print speed:3.8㎡/h
Maximum ink droplet size :23pl
Media: PET clear for soft packaging (SPC-0641-62)

Density is increased by approximately 25%
Productivity is increased by approximately 420%
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