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Mimaki Wide-Format 3D Printer

Outputs 70.8-in.-tall figure in seven hours.

Mimaki has expanded its 3D printing portfolio with the addition of the Mimaki 3DGD-1800 large-scale 3D printer. The machine leverages Gel Dispensing Technology – utilizing light-transmittable, gel-type UV-curable resin – to produce 70.8-in.-tall figures in seven hours and dual-head configuration to output two figures simultaneously. Assembly-based design allows users to combine figures to create objects larger than the printer’s formation area.

The Mimaki 3DGD-1800 can output support-free hollowed structures; objects can later house infill material, be left open, or internally luminated using LED lights. 3D object creation software is included, and 3D-printed objects can be decorated with Mimaki inkjet presses. Applications include interior-illuminated signage, P-O-P and window displays, event signage, and more.

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MANUFACTURER: Mimaki
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Kelsey Johnson joined the Big Picture and Screen Printing teams as assistant editor in January 2017 after graduating with a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University. She is based out of Cincinnati and spends her free time exploring local coffee shops and driving all over the Midwest attending concerts.

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