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convert a mimaki to run textile inks

Discussion in 'Mimaki' started by DrunknMonk, Aug 24, 2010.

  1. DrunknMonk

    DrunknMonk Member

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    Hi all has anyone ever converted a mimaki (any) to run textile inks, I am trying to get in to the flag market, we use a JV3 160SP, but the colours are very dull on flag material, so I want to buy a s/h machine at least 3ft wide, then convert it the new inks (Ink acid, disperse & reactive) or an ink to print direct on to flag material, not to bothered about the speed, any help would be much appreciated

    Thanks Gary
     
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  2. Rooster

    Rooster Very Active Member

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    Contact your dealer. Mimaki has their own line of dye sublimation inks.
     
  3. DrunknMonk

    DrunknMonk Member

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    yes I know but they want to sell me a new machine 10K + looking at trying to convert a machine.
     
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