Mehta Cad Cam’s strong show in SGI Dubai

Company displayed its range of digital printers at the show

Mehta Cad Cam

The Ahmadabad-based Mehta Cad Cam Systems had a successful run and displayed a few of their range of digital printers at the Middle East’s largest sign show, SGI Dubai 2022.

The show, which caters to wide format printing, signage, and graphic imaging, was held at the Dubai World Trade Center from 19 to 21 September.

Corporate visitors from GCC countries, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and Asia visited Mehta’s stall during the three-day event. The company sold quite a few machines, it said in a press release.

Parikshit Jain, director, Arona Trading, their distributor for the Dubai/UAE region for years, said, “Mehta’s machines are on a par with Chinese machines in terms of price comparison and with European machines in terms of quality.”

Mehta Cad Cam displayed a few of their vast range of digital printers such as Solvent printer with Seiko print head called Prince, Eco solvent printer with Epson i3200 print head called Bruno, Rasterjet UV flatbed printer with roll-to-roll attachment and a small-sized UV flatbed printer 9060 with Epson i3200 print head called Emico.

Mehta also displayed their high-speed CO2 laser engraving and cutting machine, flatbed cutting plotter, and CNC Router for 2D and 3D engraving.

For over 25 years, SGI has attracted global brands to exhibit their products. Mehta’s successful participation in SGI proves India’s strong presence across countries.

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