Monday, April 21, 2014

Spectra Print Adds High Quality and High Speed to Its Printing Lineup with State-of-the art Inkjet Technology

Spectra Print announces an expansion of our clients opportunities in the signage market with a bold move adding UV and solvent print technology to cover your sign and point of sale needs.

Spectra Print recently unveiled the company's latest acquisition, Mimaki JV33, a state-of-the art inkjet technology making enhanced high quality/high speed performance a reality. In addition to various enhancements which bring out high quality print of 1,440 dpi, the new JV33 series has increased print speed; the wide format has capability to print up to 64" wide. 

This wide format, the choice of two solvent based inks (pigment or dye-sub inks) and double sided printing makes this an ideal choice for your indoor and temporary outdoor banner use.

A variety of inks, including white, enables you to create a wider range of graphics. The two solvent inks feature high scratch resistance, high density, wide color gamut and high safety (Cyclohexanon-free). Fast drying ink provides the ability of printing on various types of media with high scratch resistance: banner vinyl, (removable) perforated window film, canvas, photo or event paper, art paper, mesh banner, backlit display film and magnetic media.

User-friendly high density ink for sublimation transfer makes this the perfect solution to your sign, label, stickers and identification printing needs. It is also ideal for printing product decals, floor graphics, window clings, wallpaper, lettering and perforated vinyl 

The "White Ink Overlay Print," Mimaki's exclusive innovation, allows for simultaneous white and full color printing and realizes a beautiful finish with accurate overlay. Printing with white ink onto transparent or opaque substrates creates vivid full color graphics.



  2. That is an impressive looking printer. I wish I could fit one of those in my home right now. I'd like to get a large print of some of my bridal photos. They turned out so nice and I'd like to frame one of the ones with my fiance and I together.

  3. That's good to read about this announcement of Spectra print. Step of adding UV and solvent print technology is wise.

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