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  • Mimaki JV3 inks... true solvent??

    Can anybody tell me if the Mimaki OEM inks for the JV3-160SP are a true solvent? Our inks are the SS1 variety and im told that the SS2 are a more aggressive solvent, the inks we use are quite easy to rub off and behave like a mild solvent. This is causing issues with not enough ink being held on the media and also with very prints that are not particularly durable.

    Thank you
 
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