Launching the "AnNon." brand to market original bags - Direct printing on leather material with Mimaki printer: DAIDOHBAGSMimaki user stories
Considering the possibility of administering original printing to the leather for their products, DAIDOHBAGS was worried by the delivery time and cost of the material, since the only means available to the company at the time was to outsource the work.
With the introduction of "UJF-6042MkII e" UV printer, the company acquired the capability to provide the original leather prints in-house, solving the problems of delivery time and cost. DAIDOHBAGS now plans to start marketing products under their own brand.
THERMO Co., Ltd. Tokyo Sales Department (Itabashi-ku, Tokyo) : UJF-6042MkII, CF2 SeriesMimaki user stories
With the increasing number of requests for printing on three-dimensional objects that cannot be handled by roll-type inkjet printers, the company was faced with the problem of being unable to handle such jobs with short delivery times by outsourcing, and suffering many failures in terms of quality.
By introducing a flatbed UV printer and cutting plotters, they are now able to meet short delivery times and directly print on a variety of commercial goods, which was not possible before. This has led to an increase in new orders in the novelty field. Another advantage is that they can easily create prototypes in-house. In the future, they hope to highly promote UV printing and stay closer to their customers.
MATSUMOTO PRINTING CO., LTD. (Yoshida-cho, Shizuoka): JFX200-2513, CG-60SRIII [from the Label Shimbun No.1251 issued on September 1, 2021]Mimaki user stories
By identifying changes in demand associated with changing times, we would like to contribute to the revitalization of the local community as a proposal-based company through in-house label printing, mail-order business promotion, etc.
With a total of 12 Mimaki’s IJPs and cutting plotters, ranging from small to large, we produce not only labels but also a variety of products from signs to original goods. In the future, we would like to strengthen our mobility by increasing the number of small IJPs.
TOKYO HYOSHIKI Inc. (Suginami-ku, Tokyo): JV100-160 [from the monthly magazine Signs&Displays August 2021 issue]Mimaki user stories
We would like to introduce an inkjet printer that can handle quick delivery and output of about 100m²/month for the production of signboards for construction sites.
By installing the JV100-160, we have succeeded not only in achieving the production volume as requested, but also in reducing the ink cost by using a 2L bulk ink supply system. The automatic sheet cutting function has also reduced our workload. In the future, we would also like to produce signboards with graphics and photos.