Monotech’s focus on digital print and print enhancement at Pamex 2024

Ricoh Pro C7500 and Pro C9500, PixelGlow and more

Ricoh Pro C7500

At the upcoming Pamex 2024 in Mumbai, Monotech Systems will unveil innovative printing solutions for the printing and packaging industry. The focus will be on digital printing and print enhancement applications. Pamex 2024 will be held from 6-9 February at the Bombay Exhibition Centre.

Key highlights

Newly launched digital production presses: Monotech Systems will showcase the Ricoh Pro C7500 – 11 color digital production press and the Ricoh Pro C9500 – highly productive digital production press. These machines boast unique features, productivity enhancements, and real-time upgrades, setting new standards in digital printing.

PixelGlow digital and UV foiling system

Innovative print enhancement systems: At the forefront of the display will be PixelGlow, India’s first digital UV and foiling system, designed and developed in-house. 

Visitors will witness the integration of screen printing to foiling solutions, showcasing Monotech Systems’ commitment to pushing the boundaries of print enhancement technologies. 

A screen foiling system and a screen-printing system will be displayed for the first time.

Application galleries: Pamex attendees will have the opportunity to explore an application gallery featuring Scodix, a leading name in digital print enhancements for commercial printing and packaging. 

Additionally, JETSCI knowzzleJet presents an application gallery dedicated to inkjet printing for monochrome and color print-on-demand book production. The label printing segment takes center stage with the JETSCI Inkjet Label Presses application gallery.

Canon large format multi-function system: Monotech Systems is displaying the Canon large format multi-function system, adding versatility to their comprehensive showcase.

Additionally, the Pixeljet LEO – 10 ft. UV roll-to-roll printer from the wide-format printing segment will be on display, accompanied by the Pixeljet UV printing application gallery.

Stand details

The company will be located at stand A02.  

(This article was amended on 24 January 2024 to add more details) 

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