Photorealistic Color Accuracy
Mimaki offers the world's first*1 3D printer
with more than 10 million colors and UV-curable inkjet printing!
The 3D printer market growth continues to spread globally upon commencing from North America and Europe and its application is mainly entered in manufacturing industry and then penetrating to education, construction and medical business segment.
Mimaki 3D printer [3DUJ-553] has achieved the full color modeling with the capability of world first*1 over 10 million colors based on our developed technology of 2D inkjet printers of professionals use.
We will propose a new business utilizing [3DUJ-553] as its having rich color expression is better suited to create a final product such as real object sign or building model, of which an extra coloring has been difficult after the completion of modeling.
- The world's first model of full color printing more than 10 million color tones
- Remarkable expressive power for elaborate modeling by Mimaki's concentrated technologies
- Excellent post process performance by availability of over coating and drilling
- Usability in pursuit of "easy fabrication"
- Secured operation support to minimize losses
Photorealistic, high definition modeling with more than 10 million colors can be used for the production of figures and prototyping of toys.
With the 3DUJ-553, it is possible to faithfully reproduce full color models with complex shapes that would be impossible to color through traditional methods, and look identical to their 3D data counterpart.
Mimaki proposal for Industrial products market
[3DUJ-553] can satisfy professionals exacting requirement to make full color and fine modeling of strong preference into the details and final products and mock-up.
And the post processing like over coating and attachment of screws is also able to apply to an object after modeling.
Partial transparency such as representation of glass windows and transparent exteriors are convenient means of show the internal structure of models. This effect is difficult to achieve with handcrafted models or plaster-based 3D printer outputs.
Partial transparency can be applied to architectural models, combining the exterior and interior structures.
Full-color 3D printing is suitable for the creation of color-coded organ models. Translucent color (transparent with added color) expressions are also capable of visualizing the interior of organs, which will be favorable as practical medical models.
Mimaki proposal for Sign Graphics market
Object signage by 3D printer is considerably effective to be remarked and understood easily with its presence by the combination of realistic 3 dimensional motif and 2D image. [3DUJ-553] can express by more than 10 million different full colors and as well enhance the color reproducibility with the color adjustment employing the color profiles.
Production Example of 3DUJ-553
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|Mascot character sign (Cafe)||Wall decoration (Art nouveau)||Building model (Kumamoto castle)||Building model (Map)|
|Hina Doll||Trial production (Gear)||Lamp shade||Accessories (Pierced earring)|
|Product design||3DCG design|
For more details and other samples;
Mimaki 3D Printer Special Website: Sample gallery [Mimaki Global]
*1 Survey as of August, 2017 by Mimaki Engineering
|3DUJ-553||Available modeling area: 508 x 508 x 305 mm (20 x 20 x 12")|
- Sign & Display
- Industrial Print
- Bringing Color to the Beauty of Anatomy: A Collaboration Between the University of Florence and Bompan
- 3D printed anatomical models reach new realistic heights at Monash University with the Mimaki 3DUJ-553
- Mimaki 3DUJ-553 Provides a Gateway to Additive Manufacturing for both Students and Local Businesses: University of Auckland’s Creative Design and Additive Manufacturing Lab
01/16/2023 InformationNew post has been published on "Case Study (Collaboration)": The University of Florence : 3DUJ-553
12/19/2022 InformationNew post has been published on "Case Study (Mimaki user stories)": Monash University : 3DUJ-553
12/12/2022 InformationNew post has been published on "Case Study (Mimaki user stories)": University of Auckland’s CDAML : 3DUJ-553