Daksh’s range of production lines at Media Expo 2023

Eco-solvent and laser marking technologies

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Surender Singh, director of the company at Media Expo. Photo IPP

Daksh Enterprises, a Delhi-based manufacturer and provider of CNC router spare parts, eco-solvent machines, and laser marking machines, showcased its production lines at Media Expo 2023, held from 14-16 September in Greater Noida. The machines displayed by Daksh include laser markers, eco-solvent machines, fiber cutters, CO2 laser machines, channel binders, and spare parts.

With continuous sales inquiries at their stand, Daksha had a busy Media Expo. Surender Singh, director of the company, said, “The customers have been waiting dearly. As we spoke to them, they told us that they had been waiting for us to put up our stand. A lot of inquiries followed and we were busy since the morning of day one of the exhibition.”

Daksha Enterprises wants to expand further in the signage, interior, and exterior decoration industries. “Exhibitions like these have more to them than sales. When industry veterans visit us for inquiries on our lines, they ask questions based on their requirements. This helps us become more aware of the limitations of technology and can build on it.”

Daksha claims to have reached a wide range of industries with their production lines. “The eco-solvent-based solution for the signage industry is also applicable for canvas printing and decoration printing. The laser marking machine can easily print on a variety of surfaces such as steel or leather. With a varied range of applications on our machines, it’s no wonder we received a huge footfall,” Singh said.

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