PixelGlow helps Mudit Printers enhance visual appeal of printed materials

Digital print enhancement machine from Monotech Systems

Naman Toshniwal with the PixelGlow machine from Monotech.

Boosting the visual appeal of simple printed materials as higher-value products is behind Bhilwara-based Mudit Printers & Stationers’ aim of bringing home a PixelGlow digital UV and foiling machine from Monotech Systems

PixelGlow is a popular brand designed and developed in India by Monotech, a machine manufacturer and solution provider for the printing and packaging industry.

Established in the year 2000 by Arun Toshniwal, Mudit Printers & Stationers has gained fame in commercial printing over the years by targeting customers that comprise both product manufacturers and retailers around Bhilwara and other cities and towns of Rajasthan.  

“My father (Arun Toshniwal) follows the tradition of quality’. His vision is to make our customers happy with the quality we offer,” says Naman Toshniwal, CEO, of Mudit Printers & Stationers. 

“Expansion of our machine portfolio with the addition of PixelGlow, which is an exciting digital UV and foiling system, is one of our steps to take the quality of graphic prints to a new level. After getting this cost-effective digital print enhancement machine from Monotech Systems, we are capable and confident of varnishing and embellishing our printed products for added visual appeal, which we have never done before. PixelGlow gives us the freedom to turn our imaginative innovations into reality.” 

Designed accurately and reliably for high-speed UV foiling, PixelGlow allows Mudit Printers & Stationers to offer its customers high-quality prints with tangible dimensions and special 3D effects that stand out amid the crowd and differentiate them from competitors. Capable of deploying both hot and cold foil films on various digitally printed substrates, PixelGlow embellishes graphics up to 330x480mm, larger than the usual A3 size. It compatibly takes up materials ranging from 135gsm to 700gsm with a maximum thickness of 300 microns. 

“So far, the UV enhancements we have done on our printed products using PixelGlow has excited our customers,” said Toshniwal, adding the machine has enabled his production team with a new power of creativity to add specialty colors, coatings, and embellishments on end products, which eventually make them unique. Mudit Printers has a team of 12 experienced printing and production professionals. 

Its production facility is equipped with a portfolio of machines comprising digital presses, plotters, and others. Toshniwal says the addition of the PixelGlow digital UV and foiling system has made its portfolio complete as it can now meet special demands such as spot UV embellishments and other innovative print enhancements from its customers. 

Mudit Printers’ main products include barcode stickers, tags, business cards, catalogs, architectural drawings, wedding cards, gloss and matte photos and others. 

“Bhilwara is a textile hub, which is generally called the ‘Textile City’. Our client list consists of a handful of textile manufacturers for whom we provide garment tags, product catalogs, etc. These manufacturers are happy when we introduce them garment tags and other items embellished on PixelGlow,” says Toshniwal.

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