SGIA Product of the Year awarded to the UJV55-320 UV-LED printer

2016 SGIA Product of the Year Roll to Roll Mimaki UJV55-320Mimaki USA was recently awarded the prestigious Product of the Year Award for the UJV55-320 UV-LED printer in the Roll-to-Roll UV (over 80 in.) category. The competition judged submissions across 19 categories for output devices and 29 categories for non-output devices. Conducted during the 2016 SGIA Expo (Las Vegas, September 14-16), this year’s event was one of the most challenging in recent history.

About the UJV55-320 printer

The UJV55-320 super wide format UV-LED printer a 128-inch (3.2 m) wide, roll-to-roll model featuring seven ink colors including white for printing on transparent or colored media. It can also print simultaneously onto two rolls up to 60-inch (1.52 m) wide each. This dual-roll capability can double the productivity of a shop, with both rolls printing the same set of graphics, or completely different jobs.

The UJV55-320 printer produces vibrant colors with a high degree of opacity and consistent color for optimal results in day/night applications. Instant-curing UV inks enable multi-layer printing that reproduces high-quality designs with two-layer or three-layer printing. This model is also equipped with an LED light for checking backlit signage during printing, which gives operators the ability to immediately verify density, thereby reducing waste and improving production efficiency.

About Mimaki USA

Mimaki is an innovator and a pioneer in the development of digital printing and cutting products worldwide. The company has engineered and manufactured a complete line of digital printers and cutters, and offers a total workflow solution for the many applications found in the Sign & Graphics, Textile & Apparel and Industrial markets. In 2015, Mimaki celebrates 40 years of innovation. Mimaki USA is an operating entity of Mimaki Engineering of Japan.


2016 SGIA Product of the Year UJV55-320 Group Photo Mimaki USA

L to R: Mr. Haba, Jim Maffeo, Patricia Correa, Ken VanHorn and Michael Maxwell celebrate receiving the award during SGIA 2016.