Delhi’s Aryan Enterprises acquires PixelGlow

Printer's bid to meet increasing demands for unconventional print innovations

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Manoj Kumar Agarwal with the new PixelGlow

To cope with the increasing demands for unconventional print innovations in the market, New Delhi-based Aryan Enterprises has taken on board a PixelGlow—a digital spot UV and foiling machine. This PixelGlow, churning out highly enriched and embellished graphics at Aryan Enterprises, is indigenously manufactured by Monotech Systems.

“When some of our customers wished for something fancy and flashy addition in their products, we felt the need for an advanced digital UV enhancement machine. Our search came to a halt at Monotech Systems where we zeroed in the PixelGlow, which is ideally a highly-accurate and cost-effective digital print enhancement machine,” says Manoj Kumar Agarwal, proprietor of Aryan Enterprises.

Since its inception in the year 2012, Aryan Enterprises has been into the printing and production of a diverse range of products such as greeting cards, notebooks, envelops, wedding invitations, writing pads, menus, brochures, CD labels, fliers, leaflets, diaries, magazines, so on. “We need to fulfill our customers’ demands for enhanced prints. With all the advent of modern print enhancement technologies, the era of ordinariness in printed products is over. This is where PixelGlow plays its role at Aryan Enterprises,” Agarwal says.

 “After the installation of PixelGlow  we transform the looks and feels of products such as wedding invitations, greeting cards, and magazine covers, as per our customers’ needs. With the spot UV and foiling system, we are now proficient to enhance and embellish any graphic prints produced on thick substrates.”

Based on variable drop-on-demand inkjet technology, PixelGlow is a perfectly engineered digital UV and foiling system. It is accurate and reliable on high-speed printing with efficient vacuum suction for flatbed. The system helps Aryan Enterprises offer its customers innovatively enhanced graphic communications products with tangible dimensions. 

PixelGlow is capable of printing in a resolution up to 600x4800dpi on a broad range of substrates weighing from 170 to 500 gsm. With an efficient height adjustment system, it can take on materials up to B3 size (355×508 mm/14×20 inches) with thickness up to 500 microns. Moreover, being a highly cost-effective machine, PixelGlow can add varnish thickness up to 250 microns with (varnish) ink on ordinarily printed graphics, which delivers the same 3D effects any other expensive machines in the market produce. 

“PixelGlow is user-friendly. Just fit everything on it, push a button and then get impressively enhanced graphics on the fly. He looks forward to co-operating further with Monotech Systems,” Agarwal says. 

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