Mimaki will exhibit its technology at the Heimtextil show that takes place early in the New Year.
The company, which calls itself a pioneer with a longstanding heritage in digital textile printing, will showcase direct-to-textile and sublimation transfer printers as well as displaying a range of printed textiles.
Mimaki says it will demonstrate efficient and affordable textile printing for a range of natural and man-made fabrics. The Mimaki Tx300P-1800 and the Tx300P-1800B, which boast dual ink capacity, allowing printing on cotton with textile pigment inks and printing on polyester with sublimation ink in one printer without the time and hassle involved with changing ink types.
Mimaki offers a variety of sublimation printers, from entry-level to grand format. Mimaki inks have Okeo-Tex certification, which tests for harmful substances to comply with human and ecological requirements.
The company adds that visitors can see up close, touch, and feel an array of applications, such as bed sheets, cushions, shower curtains, wallpaper, and carpets.