​​Monotech installs India's first GCC UV flatbed printer at Bengaluru's Pro Lab

By 19 Jun 2018

Chennai-based digital equipment specialist Monotech Systems announced India’s first installation of GCC JF-240UV multi-purpose UV flatbed printer at Pro Lab in Bengaluru.

P Naveen Kumar of Pro Lab with the GCC UV flatbed printer

Started in 2006, Pro Lab specialise in photo prints, photo books on both traditional silver halide printers, album box presentations, decorative canvas, fine art prints and several other photo gift products.

"We have been providing services to professional wedding photographers’ with highest quality printing and customer service for nearly 12 years. We are committed to bringing innovation and provide value-added products that stand out," said P Naveen Kumar, founder of Pro Lab.

GCC JF-240UV is bundled with dual-UV LED lamps, one litre bulk ink, CMYK and optional varnish and white colour aimed for short runs and on-demand printing with applications to a maximum of 30cm tall object and 50x60 cm print area. It is also said to offer a range of applications including multi-layer printing, EZ rotary, replica painting, membrane switch panel, PVC card, ADA sign etc.

"This printer from GCC is a unique and a quality machine that we believe can deliver unique experience to our customers by putting texture and various special effects on the album hard covers. We are confident that we are going to create various applications and do wonders as this machine is capable of doing so," added Kumar.

Sharing additional information about the equipment, Akash Kumar of Monotech said, "GCC JF-240UV is already a winner of Taiwan Excellence award. Taiwan Excellence is the highest accolade awarded to products that encapsulate Innovalues."

Tags: Pro Lab, GCC



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