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Colorjet to launch future ready digital printers
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Sep '16
Colorjet, the largest Indian manufacturer of wide format digital printers, is launching two future ready digital printers in Hall 11, Stall D62 at the upcoming Media Expo, to be held from September 29 in New Delhi. The company will launch its latest printer model, 'Softjet Plus', a 2.5 as well as 3.2 metre soft signage printer and 'Polo Turbo - High Speed'.
 
The launch of the Softjet Plus signals the company's extension of its product line towards the soft signage. The Softjet Plus uses environmental friendly aqueous based inks, and can easily print on polyester based fabrics which can be recycled. 
 
Softjet Plus is the perfect solution to print directly on fabrics for soft signage business and optimised for replacement of PVC based media and even the most amazing applications like mesmerising backlit displays. Flexible displays can also be printed by this machine.
 
“We are launching the Softjet Plus to expand our product line and also to enable the entry of entrepreneurs in soft signage business at a lower investment,” Colorjet brand manager, Smarth Bansal said.
 
“The machine will prove to be attractive for producers of soft signage like flags, banners, hoardings, demo tents, vibrant backlits, etc, since nowadays a lot of fabric is being used for events like weddings decorations, banquets, etc,” he added. 
 
Colorjet is also launching the Polo Turbo, a high speed industrial grade solvent printer, built on a heavy duty structure. Its independent drive technology drives each nozzle independently to achieve high production speeds of up to 2,800 sq. feet per hour, while also delivering high quality output, reliability and offering low running costs. 
 
The Polo Turbo is a 8 head 4-colour printer with printing resolution of 1,440 dpi and can print on medias of width up to 3,300 mm, with a maximum thickness of 3.00 mm and can print on SAV, PVC banner, backlit film, window film and solvent based fabrics. 
 
Additionally, the company is also showing the latest and upgraded version of solvent printer Neptune, which has been loaded with new features to make it more efficient and productive. The Neptune has an installed base of 1,500 printers, the highest among solvent printers in India. (RKS)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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