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Mimaki Europe releases MH-110PCL, a new pure clear ink

The ink enables printing with increased transparency and negates any yellow tint

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Mimaki Europe, a leading manufacturer of inkjet printing, cutting, and 3D printing technologies, has launched its brand-new pure clear material for 3D printing, called MH-110PCL. Created with designers in mind, this new clear material offers increased transparency and is intended for use with Mimaki’s flagship UV curable, full-color 3D printer, the 3DUJ-553. The MH-110PCL material will be available in May 2022.

Mimaki Europe releases MH-110PCL, a new pure clear ink. The ink enables printing with increased transparency and negates any yellow tint.
With increased transparency, the new MH-110PCL allows artists, designers and architects to deliver work as intended

The new MH-110PCL clear material, available in a 4.8L ink bottle size, improves upon Mimaki’s previous 3D clear ink (MH-100CL) with increased transparency, negating any yellow tint – allowing artists, designers, architects, and others to deliver work as intended, achieve more clear-cut, transparent modeling.

The development of the MH-110PCL was Mimaki’s response to the customers’ demand. The applications for this new product span across multiple sectors – be it for art, architectural modeling, medical modeling, product design, cosmetics, etc.

Considering that the Mimaki 3DUJ-553 is a full-color 3D printer that offers more than 10 million colors, the clear material can also be mixed with colored inks to create translucent-color models – allowing for a broader range of colors and visuals than ever before.

The use of clear and translucent color models greatly benefits industries such as medical education, thanks to the ability to visualize internal organ structures in model form, and the color variations allowing for medical conditions to be far more accurately depicted. MH-110PCL also works well for the expression of transparent parts required in product design and other fields such as architectural models, where windows and transparent exteriors are a necessary means of showing the internal structure.

Mimaki Europe releases MH-110PCL, a new pure clear ink. The ink enables printing with increased transparency and negates any yellow tint.
Medical model samples showing comparison with translucent color model and full colour

“Here at Mimaki, we strive to do everything we can to accommodate the needs of our customers. We realized the importance of having truly clear material and acted upon it straight away,” said Mark Sollman, Product Manager of Mimaki Europe. “We value quality just as much as the designers implementing our technologies and wish them every success with Mimaki, so we are delighted to be able to provide this new material for them. Naturally, it has made their models better than ever.”

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