Fansea creates unique virtual and 3D printed memorabilia using Mimaki technologyMimaki user stories
The business of the German start-up company Fansea is based on 3D asset creation, web3 and metaverse consultancy. Fansea was searching for a technology to bridge the gap between the virtual and physical by offering their customers photorealistic, 3D copies of their digital assets.
3DUJ-553 can accurately bring the individual qualities of each item directly from the screen to the model. 3D printing has the potential to revolutionise the digital space.
High Usability and Stable Operation as Key Factors for Adoption: Wide Design Co., Ltd.Mimaki user stories
Due to the aging of machinery, there is a desire to introduce the latest model. They seek a machine that can minimize manual effort and streamline work efficiently.
In addition to the improved image quality and printing speed of the JV330, the XY slitter and media changer eliminated worries about human error and meeting deadlines. TxF150-75 is highly rated by customers for its excellent finish and has a high repeat rate. More efficient production than screen printing, contributing to an increase in B-to-C orders.
Eurotipo widens horizons with Mimaki’s latest technologyMimaki user stories
Eurotipo has expanded and strengthened the production printing equipment, with the aim to address the ever-evolving requirements of the market and keep our equipment and production process as up to date as possible. Therefore, they were searching for a large format printing system featuring larger print size, but still providing top print quality and speed.
JV330 is fast, flexible, and productive. The minute they installed it, they immediately saw improvements in terms of productivity and delivery/time to market. And the superior quality achieved has enabled us to explore new application opportunities.
"JV330-160" is used for in-house production of goods: DORAMA Inc.Mimaki user stories
In addition to the increasing cost of outsourcing as the business expanded, it took a long time to deliver products during the busy outsourcing period, which sometimes resulted in missed business opportunities.
With the introduction of the JV330-160, together with the previously introduced UJF-6042MkII e (Mimaki UV machine), approximately 80% of goods production was done in-house, enabling delivery in a short period of time. In addition, a wide range of cost reductions have been realized by in-house production of interior decorations and pop-ups used in the company's own stores. The company plans to add more equipment in the future to increase the in-house production ratio to close to 100%.