Hybrid supports textile companies with Mimaki TS300P price reduction
Mimaki’s exclusive UK and Irish distributor, Hybrid Services has announced a special promotion for one of the company’s popular dye sublimation printers, the TS300P-1800. Developed specifically for the textile print industry, the TS300P-1800 delivers cost effective dye sublimation printing without compromising quality and productivity.
The time limited campaign features a significant price reduction on the machine and will run until December 31 2018.
‘The Mimaki TS300P-1800 will benefit from a highly attractive new price point for the remainder of the year,’ says Hybrid’s textile products manager Brett Platt. ‘As more and more textile printing companies adapt to a digital focused production process, industry leading products like the TS300P play an important role in facilitating this evolution.’
The Mimaki TS300P-1800 is a 1.8 metre wide roll to roll dedicated transfer paper printer, delivering cost effective dye sublimation printing while offering new levels of quality and productivity in digital textile printing. The machine is perfectly suited to the creation of fashion, apparel, sportswear, furnishings and point of sale materials.
‘As the end of summer is approaching, we want to finish on a high note,’ remarked Ronald van den Broek, general manager sales EMEA at Mimaki Europe. ‘A conventional to digital transformation is currently taking place in the textile and apparel industry. As an early mover in this space, Mimaki has always been dedicated to bringing affordable, industry leading solutions to the segment. By introducing a lower price on the TS300P-1800, we hope to accelerate the trend and spread this conventional to digital revolution even further.’
Available through Hybrid’s network of specialist textile resellers, the Mimaki TS300P-1800 will retail at £19,995 until 31 December 2018.
‘It is now easier than ever before to enjoy a prompt return on investment thanks to the reduced capital outlay,’ confirmed Brett. ‘We look forward to assisting new customers as they make their next step into digital printing.’