Colorjet and Roland launch new presses at MediaExpo

Resin-based and eco-solvent technology

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Umang Singhal, vice-president of the signage business with the newly launched press at MediaExpo 2023. Photo PSA

At the recent Media Expo exhibition in Greater Noida, ColorJet, a provider of digital printing solutions, launched the Roland AP-640 large format resin printer and ER-642 based on eco-solvent technology, in collaboration with Roland, another digital solutions provider. Both the machines were well received by the visitors at the exhibition.


Expressing his joy at the launch, Umang Singhal, vice-president of the signage business, said, “We planned this launch four months before the exhibition. This launch is both for the Indian and global markets. Essentially, two models of the machine were launched and they are both unique in their print quality and production capacity. The AP-640 is the first time Roland has ventured into resin-based technology.”

The customer can expect a good return on investment on these machines, Singh said. ”The Roland reliability, due to print quality and production capacity, enables our customers to sell their finished goods at a higher price. Colorjet has been participating at the Media Expo since its first edition. Moreover, we have had several launches at this exhibition. The incredible footfall we get at this exhibition in particular has been fruitful for us.”

Colorjet and Roland are both looking forward to several sales inquiries following the launch of their new presses. 

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