Technova shows its digital cutting table and signage media

More than 100 JWEI digital cutting devices installed in India

Technova team standing with Jingwei CB03II-2516 digital cutting table at their Stand in Media Expo. Photo: IPP
Technova team standing with Jingwei CB03II-2516 digital cutting table at their Stand in Media Expo. Photo: IPP

TechNova Imaging Systems, one of the biggest suppliers of pressroom, chemicals, and plates, showcased its Jingwei CB03II-2516 digital cutting table and signage media at the Media Expo 2022 in New Delhi. The Jingwei CB03II-2516 digital cutting table is a multi-finisher for all kinds of media used in signage, such as sun board, honeycomb board, bubble guard, or practically any material used in the soft and hard outdoor and indoor signage industries. That’s why this machine is called an all-in-one solution or multi-finisher for signage, as it can process various media except for glass and natural wood. 

Ekta P Mhatre, manager of product marketing, Technova, said, “Media Expo for the signage industry is the international and biggest show for us. Technova participates in both the Mumbai and New Delhi trade shows, and as we can see that the expo is big, the stalls are grand, and we have big players from the industry that we were expecting to see even before coming to this exhibition. It’s a good start, we’re getting a quality response, and yes, our expectations are high from this show.”

“This time, we are co-participating with the company’s Media team. On the display part, we have, on one side, the Technova Media team, and on the other side, we have the digital cutting tables or finishing solutions. Today, we have different verticals of businesses such as media for photo, media for signage, and an overseas equipment division for digital. Till now, we have installed more than 100 of the Jingwei devices in India.”

Jingwei Systemtechnik (JWEI), headquartered in Ningbo, China, is a manufacturer of flatbed digital cutting plotters and digital cutters, mainly serving customers with flexible material cutting solutions. It has installed more than 500 devices in India that are CE-certified in sectors, including printing, packaging, textile, shoe industry, and signage.

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