1. Abundant features that achieve Mimaki quality
DAS (Dot Adjustment System) NEW!
The JV100-160 is equipped with the DAS, a function to automatically adjust the dot position and feeding amount that affect print quality.
When media or printing conditions are changed, an adjustment of ink dot position and media feed amount changes to suit.
As the DAS automatically performs these operations, printing can be performed without any labour or variations in adjustments by the operator.
Mimaki technology that enables stable and high-quality print
Generally, swath boundaries are straight lines. Therefore, a slight misalignment between boundaries causes banding or uneven colour printing. MAPS4 (Mimaki Advanced Pass System 4) reduces banding and uneven colour printing with blurred boundaries similar to gradation printing.
Banding and uneven colour printing are reduced by scattering swath boundaries. A beautiful print image is obtained.
Bandings appear on swath boundaries. Print quality is remarkably degraded because banding is recognizable on each boundary.
NCU & NRS automatically detects missing nozzles and performs recovery
NCU (Nozzle Check Unit) detects the status of nozzles automatically. When the NCU detects a missing nozzle, it automatically performs cleaning. If cleaning does not solve the problem, NRS (Nozzle Recovery System) automatically replaces the defective nozzles with other nozzles, which enables users to continue the print operations without waiting for a repair by a technician.
2. High productivity
Prints out 180% faster than JV150 *
High productivity supported by high functionality allows for more order processing of short-duration work.
*JV100-160: 20.0m²/h JV150-160: 11.1m²/h (Media: PVC, Y resolution: 720dpi 6P）
3. Stable quality is achieved with eco-solvent ink with an excellent drying property
New AS5 ink with excellent drying properties are used
New ink boasts excellent safety and high quality, which is evaluated by waveform created by a printer manufacturer. One of the features is upgraded drying property.
It evaporates quickly after printing and print-outs dry much faster, which prevents blocking and enables reproducing in detail even images that need a lot of ink.
4. New and improved genuine RIP [RasterLink7] is provided as standard
RIP core modified to enable high-speed PDF processing, improving processing speed by 25% on average. Increases productivity.
UJV100-160 (Cartridge type)
|Print head||On-demand piezo head (2 staggered layout)|
|Print resolution||360 dpi, 600 dpi, 720 dpi, 900 dpi, 1200 dpi|
|Ink||Type/ Color||Eco-solvent ink
・AS5 (C,M,Y,K,Lc,Lm,Lk, and Or)
・SS21 (C,M,Y,K,Lc,Lm,Lk, and Or)
|Capacity||600ml Ink pack *1 / 2L Ink pack *2|
|Maximum print width||1,610 mm (63.4 in)|
|Media||Maximum width||1,620 mm (63.8 in)|
|Thickness||1 mm or lower|
|Roll diameter||φ250 mm or less|
|Roll weight||45 kg or less|
|Roll inside diameter||2 inch / 3 inch|
|Certifications||VCCI class A, FCC class A,
CE Marking (EMC, Low voltage, Machinery directive, and RoHS),
CB, ENERGY STAR®, RCM, EAC
|Interface||USB2.0 / Ethernet 1000BASE-T|
|Power supply||Single-phase (AC100-120 / 200-240V±10%, 50/60Hz±1Hz) x2|
|Operational environment||Temperature: 20–30 °C (68–86 °F)
Humidity: 35–65% Rh (Non condensing)
|Dimensions (W×D×H)||2,775 x 700 x 1,392 mm (109.3 x 27.6 x 54.8 in)|
|Weight||166 kg (366 lb)|
*1 600 ml ink pack requires eco cartridge (OPT-J0361). Eco cartridges can be used repeatedly by replacing ink packs.
*2 Optional Mimaki bulk ink system 3 (MBIS3) is required for using 2L Ink pack.
|C M Y K|
|C M Y K Lc Lm Lk Or|
|C M Y K|
|C M Y K Lc Lm Lk Or|
- Some of the screens and printing samples in this website are artificial renderings.
- Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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- Inkjet printers print using extremely fine dots, thus colors may vary slightly following replacement of the printing heads. Also note that if using multiple printer units, colors may vary slightly among the units due to slight individual differences among the units.