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Grafica unveils Nano-PrinTex, DTG screen printing machine
Feb '12
Grafica Flextronica, a leading manufacturer and exporter of screen printing machines and allied equipment, has unveiled Grafica's nano-prinTex, direct to garment automatic textile screen printing machine at its Factory in Vasai, about 50 km from Mumbai.

The formal launch followed by live demo which involved 6-colour T-shirt printing, was witnessed by about 140 invitees, mainly from textile industry comprising printers, suppliers, media persons besides few other eminent personalities from printing industry.

The machine will be offered in 6, 8, 10 and 12 colors along with necessary Nano-irTex (IR dryer) and Nano-flashTex (a flash curing system). Nano-PrinTex, irTex, Nano-flashTex and Nano-Screen Maker 5-in-1 will also be offered as Nano-Premier League Tex (NPL-Tex) as complete garment screen printing solution.

While making a brief product presentation, Grafica's Managing Director, Bhargav Mistry said: “It is one more revolutionary product of Grafica, an ideal substitute for garment printers who are having manual set up with limited space.”

Grafica's Nano-PrinTex, easy to print – salient features:

• Fully featured
• No Pneumatics, No Hydraulics
• Power Saver,
• Maintenance free
• Micro processor with Touch screen control
• Aluminum pressure die cast tables
• Easy to fix screen registration system
• Mechanical indexing:
• Hardened cams
• Guaranteed repetition accuracy

Grafica's Nano-PrinTex will be showcased for the first time at Garment Technology Expo, to be held on 17-20 February in New Delhi (Stall no.A-23).

With Grafica's in-house training centre DMI Institute, garment printers can be rest assured of receiving regular technical support. He announced that DMI will conduct regular workshops on creative T-shirt screen printing in collaboration with international experts.

“In the Indian garment printing sector, there was big missing link. So far garment printing industry has been depending on costly imported machines, thus automation was a mere dream for many printers. With the introduction of low cost high quality, easy to print technology from Grafica, garment printers can 'afford' to invest in automation and grow in business,” concluded Bhargav.

Grafica Flextronica

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