Apsom at Sign India 2019, Chennai

Wide-format digital printing solutions

Apsom Infotex stand at Sign India 2019 in Chennai
Apsom Infotex stand at Sign India 2019 in Chennai

Apsom Infotex, the sole distributor of ColorJet India and Roland DG wide-format inkjet printers, will participate in Sign India 2019 at Chennai Trade Center, Chennai, with its comprehensive solutions in wide-format digital printing. The three-day fair will take place from 11 to 13 October 2019.

Apsom Infotex will offer live demonstrations of the ColorJet Verve LED, flatbed LED UV high-quality printer. The printer offers good productivity, versatility and prints on substrates like medium-density fiberboard (MDF), wood, glass, acrylic, aluminum composite panel (ACP), foam board, leather, PVC and ceramic tiles.

ColorJet Verve LED, flatbed LED UV high-quality printer
ColorJet Verve LED, flatbed LED UV high-quality printer

Also on display will be the ColorJet Neptune HQ 3.2 meters roll-to-roll eco-solvent printer. Suitable for indoor and outdoor signage printing, the printer is equipped with ColorJet Greentech technology and comes with odorless Restriction of Hazardous Substances (ROHS) compliant eco-solvent ink, making it less harmful to the environment and more beneficial for businesses.

ColorJet Neptune HQ 3.2 meters roll-to-roll eco-solvent printer
ColorJet Neptune HQ 3.2 meters roll-to-roll eco-solvent printer

Visitors will also see the live demonstration of Roland True VIS SG 540 printer/cutter. The True VIS SG-540 printer/cutter offers the required quality and versatility for new businesses or for those who are looking to expand their production.

Roland True VIS SG 540 printer/cutter
Roland True VIS SG 540 printer/cutter

Deborshi Paul Choudhary, business head, Apsom Infotex said, “Following the ban on plastic, we are focusing more towards sustainable and green digital printing solutions and constantly promoting the practice of environmental-friendly products. After great success at Media Expo, we are expecting a high chance in the realization of investments at Sign India.”

Apsom Infotex will be present at the event on their stand S17 in Hall 3.

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