Mimaki’s JV330-160 Wins PRINTING United Alliance 2022 Pinnacle Product Award
Mimaki USA, a manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers and cutters, announced that its JV330-160 received a coveted PRINTING United Alliance 2022 Pinnacle Product Award for Roll-to-Roll Solvent/Latex (under 80 in.). The winning entry can be found online at the Pinnacle Product Awards Gallery.
Open to all PRINTING United Alliance supplier members, the Pinnacle Product Award competition evaluates products that will be available for sale in 2022. A highly qualified panel of judges across the printing industry evaluated the annual contest’s 160+ entries in more than 58 categories spanning analog, digital, output, and non-output technologies.
“Mimaki has always been at the forefront of innovation and technology in the wide-format printing sector. Receiving this Pinnacle Product Award is a huge honor and a true acknowledgment of our commitment to providing the best products to our customers,” said Vernon Jones, Senior Marketing Manager at Mimaki.
Output devices are judged based on reports generated by measuring color charts and then comparing them to industry specifications. “This is the only competition I know of that reports on the percentage of Adobe RGB a printer can hit,” said Dawn Nye, Program Manager for Pinnacle Awards, PRINTING United Alliance. “Some categories were decided by tenths of a point, so fierce was the competition this year.”
“The Pinnacle Product Award competition represents the best of the best among commercial hardware, software, consumables, and industrial and screen equipment,” Weiss said. “Congratulations to all the winners.”
Award winners will receive a digital badge that will give information on their product embedded into the meta-date of the badge; for more information about the awards and how to participate in future Pinnacle Awards Programs, visit https://pinnacleawards.printing.org/.
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