L and F Co., Ltd. (Itabashi-ku, Tokyo) : UJF-6042MkIIMimaki user stories
We used to outsource printing on plastic parts and metallic plates, laser cutting acrylic plates, etc. in the process of manufacturing products, which took us a lot of time and money.
It became possible to do the laser cutting and printing processes in-house, which led to a cost reduction. We could also reduce the time for prototype production, which enabled us now to make various proposals.
Hagiwarainsatsu Co., Ltd. (Itabashi-ku, Tokyo) : UJF-6042MkIIMimaki user stories
We were exploring possibilities of new business utilizing our print technology to compensate for the decline in orders for paper-based print which we had handled with offset printers and on-demand printers.
Utilizing the know-how of data generation and proofreading that we used to do to process orders for paper-based print, we succeeded in moving into the new business field of original goods and novelties.
NATEC Co., Ltd. (Nara City, Nara) : TS500P-3200Mimaki user stories
Responding to the diverse needs for broad-width digital printing exceeding 3 meters in width, the introduction of new equipment was absolutely necessary to achieve further success in business.
It is stimulating previously hidden demands within the advertisement and signage industry, leading to expansion of market share. Furthermore, we managed to grasp the opportunity to lead the curtain/table-cloth sector with the innovative broad-width digital printing technology.
Tint Design (Kilsyth VIC)Mimaki user stories
Digital Print Manager Tyler Golding, "Previously we have invested in much larger more expensive printers and even purchasing 2 of the UCJV-300’s it was half the investment we have made in the past for a single printer while getting almost twice the output."
"The options and capabilities of the UCJV300 printers were extremely high and ticked all the boxes required for us. i.e. white ink, multi-layer printing, high colour gamut with light colours included, etc.."
KAPITA Co., Ltd. (Nerima-ku, Tokyo) : UCJV300-75Mimaki user stories
We would like to introduce an inkjet printer and a cutting plotter to realize full digitalization of sticker and label production.
Mimaki's printers are quite convenient to use. Particularly, UCJV300-75 is excellent in cost performance compared to other companies' products. Our company has boosted its business performance as a rare digital specialist in the sticker and label industry, and has a plan to establish its 3rd factory in the near future. We also expect to enhance our online sales and develop new products following the face stickers.
Shimizu Octo, Inc. (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo) : M-64sMimaki user stories
“High productivity”, “high-definition”, and “beauty of the solid area” are required for printing supersized graphics used for decoration of events like concert venues. M-64s fulfills these requirements, which makes it our favorite printer. However, we want to replace it because minor errors occur frequently. We also want to avoid troubles associated with the change of the dealer/maintenance provider (from OKI to Mimaki).
After replacing the machines, they started to operate smoothly and allowed us to work on almost the maximum production from the start. Minor errors decreased significantly compared to the previous machines. The stable operation is generating more cushion on the delivery schedule than ever. We did not have any particular dissatisfaction over the support, but we feel a sense of security in the support of Mimaki specializing in large-format printer.
NSK ECHOMARK Co., Ltd. (Agatsuma-Gun, Gunma) : TS300P-1800Mimaki user stories
Replacement was urgently required for the sublimation transfer printer JV4-180 upon termination of the maintenance/support term for the product.
High-speed printing capability accomplishing a maximum production speed of 115 sqm per hour enhanced productivity while declining the running cost. Additional fluorescent ink compatibility broadened the range of options offered to our customers.
PROTEC, Co., Ltd. (Osaka City, Osaka) : TS500P-3200Mimaki user stories
The limit of print width sometimes forced us to print in an inefficient way. Inefficient imposition caused waste of materials and raised cost challenges.
Now, print width of 3.2m enables us to print large signage at one time now, including the finishing width for post print processing. Faster printing generated some cushion on the delivery schedule.
Makers' Inc. Makers' Base Chiba (Chiba City, Chiba)Mimaki user stories
We wanted to introduce to our studio a textile printer that allows to express envisioned ideas more easily than honzome-dyeing, silk screen and digital textile printing.
With the user-friendly sublimation transfer, we gained the ability to visualize free imaginations directly on textiles, being free from design limitations. We can print it on site and immediately start sewing, which is convenient for workshop and well-received by beginners.
TOMATO CO., LTD. (Arakawa-ku, Tokyo)Mimaki user stories
Seeking for an edge as a textile retail shop
We succeeded in enhancing our ability to respond to diversified customers' needs by small-lot production of original textiles with shorter delivery time by inkjet printing. For bulk orders as well, producing a small quantity of samples allows us to drive business negotiations smoothly, which raised the order ratio.