Wide format printing solutions to be displayed at Colorjet’s Printpack

HALL 17, STAND H 17.


Colorjet, manufacturer of inkjet digital printers, will be displaying multiple printing solutions from its own portfolio and well as from Roland’s portfolio at the upcoming Printpack 2019, which will be held from 1-6 February 2019 in Greater Noida.

At the expo Colorjet will conduct live demonstrations of six different printers. On display will be the Vulcan 3.2-meter UV roll-to-roll printer from Colorjet for printing wallpapers, synthetic leather, and fabrics, among others. Also on display will be the ColorJet Verve LED- UV flatbed printer for printing corrugated boxes, foil papers, honeycomb boards, etc.

Another model on show—the ColorJet Polo HQ- 3.2-meter eco-solvent printer—prints fabrics, blinds, vinyl, among other such material.

The company will also showcase the Roland VG640 1.6-meter eco-solvent print and cut machine to showcase sticker and label application. Another Roland solution on show will be LEF300 13 x 30 inches desktop UV flatbed printer which is meant for packaging application; while Roland RF640UV 1.6-meter 4 color UV roll-to-roll printer can be used for printing on canvas, wallpaper, fabric and vinyl.

“Printpack is the right platform which opens more avenues for someone who is looking for new business opportunities. We will be looking to meet customers who want to shift from screen printing and offset printing to wide format digital printing,” says Abhijeet Kumar of Colorjet.

Colorjet will be in Hall 17, Stand H 17.

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