Latex ink for large format inkjet printer / plotter.
A water-based Mimaki latex ink has been developed by concentrating Mimaki’s technologies without losing the vibrant color and high color reproducibility of solvent inks. Resins contained in the latex ink are dissolved by heat and form a membrane to firmly fix pigments to the surface of the media. The latex ink allows for printing on a wide range of materials including PVC, paper, fabric, and PET film without the ink absorbing layer, which is typically difficult to print on with solvent ink. Eco-conscious low VOC formulation latex ink does not require special ventilation in the workplace, therefore it reduces any adverse operator health effects.
Compatible Mimaki Printers: JV400LX.
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