Onyx Graphics, Inc., a leader in providing software solutions for the digital inkjet wide format print industry, and Mimaki, a manufacturer offering high-quality digital printing systems, have announced the availability of new ONYX drivers compatible with Mimaki JV 100 series, UJV 100 series, JFX200 series, and CG-FX II series devices currently available in the United States and Canadian markets.
Over an extensive testing period, the two companies developed drivers that encompass roll-to-roll, flatbed, and cutter support for complete print-and-cut solutions. The new drivers are available now, and Mimaki will showcase them in their booth #3431 at the International Sign Expo in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, in May.
Vernon Jones, Senior Manager of Marketing and Applications for Mimaki USA, appreciates Mimaki’s collaboration with Onyx Graphics. “We are driven to provide Mimaki customers with additional possibilities to suit their existing print environments,” he says.
Kevin Murphy, president of Onyx Graphics, Inc., adds, “These new ONYX drivers speak to our commitment to offering solutions to our mutual customer base.”
About Onyx Graphics, Inc.
Leading the industry since 1989, Onyx Graphics is dedicated to helping customers increase productivity, reduce costs, and gain a competitive edge with superior print and color quality. Its passion for delivering superb color led to the development of ONYX Color, Onyx Graphics’ own color engine optimized specifically for large format inkjet printing. Innovative, productive, and satisfied customers around the globe help motivate the company to continually develop and enhance its leading-edge technologies.
About Mimaki USA
Mimaki is an innovator and pioneer in the development of digital printing and cutting products worldwide. The company engineers and manufactures a complete line of digital printers and cutters and offers a total workflow solution for the many applications found in the Sign Graphics, Textile, and Apparel, Industrial Printing, and 3D markets. In 2019, Mimaki USA celebrated 20 years of service to print service providers in the Americas. It is an operating entity of Mimaki Engineering of Japan.