Monotech launches UV Led printer at Media Expo

“In wide-format, UV is the way to go“– TP Jain

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TP Jain, managing director of Monotech, at Media Expo 2016, Pragati Maidan, India. Photo IPP.© 2016 Valco Cincinnati, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Monotech launched the Pixeljet UV LED roll to roll wide-format printer at the recently held Media Expo 2016. The printer is a CMYK plus white printer. “The UV roll to roll printer is a unique offering for the market where you can print on new media like fabric, vinyl, flex and many more,” shared TP Jain, managing director of Monotech. In addition, Monotech also launched Pixeljet Starfire series with Spectra print-heads, a solvent printer with four Spectra print-heads and speeds up to 2,800 sq. ft. per hour.

The company also displayed the Pixeljet Jumbo series printer with KM512i print-head. “This is an extremely good printer in terms of quality and we had good success with this product,” said Jain. Apart from this, the company showcased an eco-solvent printer as well as a Canon 8410se poster printer at the event. 

Sharing his views on the market, Jain sa id, “We have seen good growth this year compared to last year. Definitely the preference is to go for printers which can offer higher speed and better quality. A lot of transformation is happening in the market and people are replacing their old printers with new highspeed, better quality ones.”

Jain add ed, “In wide format, UV is the way to go. We will be launching more products with UV inks since it is environment friendly and we foresee the trend coming to the Indian market for adoption of UV-based printers. At the same time, on the solvent platform, we will be launching products with higher speeds where people can do their work on a single printer rather than on multiple printers. And , of course, we have a complete range of solvent products from Mimaki , which is quite formidable.” Monotech represents Mimaki in the southern and eastern regions of India.

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