The new Mimaki 3DUJ-2207 full colour 3D printer will feature on Hybrid Services’ stand at the TCT 3Sixty exhibition, to be held at the NEC in June 2022.
Previously the first to bring over 10 million colours to the 3D printing market with its larger-scale industrial counterpart, the 3DUJ-553, Mimaki now combines the same impressive colour range and renowned build quality in a compact, and more affordable solution.
The innovative 3D printing solution represents a huge step forward for detailing and post-processing, with the unique combination of its full-colour capabilities and water-soluble support materials enabling fine detail to be printed in vibrant colour, and then beautifully preserved without the substantial breakage risks usually associated with manual cleaning, painting and finishing. With additional features such as Mimaki’s clear resin, which can be utilised alone or mixed with colours to achieve varying levels of transparency, the new 3DUJ-2207 3D printer presents a robust, advanced 3D printing solution with an affordable price tag – all within a machine sufficiently compact to fit in an office elevator.
Hybrid Services is Mimaki’s exclusive UK and Ireland distributor. Head of Marketing & Business Development, Duncan Jefferies, looks ahead to the show, taking place on 8th and 9th June in Birmingham. “This exciting and unique technology delivers an exceptionally creative and powerful solution – and we anticipate will give visitors to the show an insight into the significant potential that full colour 3D printing can offer their business.”
Mimaki’s newest 3D printer has been designed with functionality at its core, with the compact footprint and a 203 x 203 x 76mm build space just two of many key features which demonstrate its unique versatility and make it ideally suited for office environments. Utilising UV-curing inkjet technology, the high-definition colour reproduction made possible with the Mimaki 3DUJ-2207 3D printer provides new possibilities for prototyping and enables the accurate construction of subtle colour differences which are critical for many industrial design applications such as medical and architectural modelling. Additional applications include small-scale models for design offices and educational settings, as well as collectible gaming figures.