Buyers' Guide


ImagePress C7010VP

This new version of Canon ImagePress C7010VP isn't just a common tool for inplants, but an all-round workhorse which can continue Canon's push into commercial print,...


Epson WT7900

Impressed with the accurate, consistent and high-quality colour output of Epson WT7900, Vijay Jobanputra, the DGM for repro at ABPS gives a verdict for this wide-format...


Macrobond 1020

Samir Lukka finds out what makes this combo laminating machine from Macro Print Engineers, launched at Drupa 2008, a favourite for leading printing companies in...


APL UV 2840

This UV curing machine can do full and spot UV coating on thick and thin paper. This machine includes all technological solutions for increasing the productivity,...


AVT PV Helios II

The system provides process control as well as 100% quality assurance capabilities for labels and narrow web printing, says Sachin Shardul


Crosograph die-cutter and foil stamping machine

This Indian die-cutter and foil stamping kit has created a reputation for itself, among its print producing customers, discovers Sachin Shardul


STM-5000-F hot foil stamping machine

This hot foil stamping machine by Technoshell Automation is versatile and caters to a wide variety of substrates which can be embossed and stamped, finds out Sachin...


QuarkXPress 9 software for publishing

The present digital design and publishing on the web, e-books, interactive iPad and smart phones, will be made easy by the use of new QuarkXPress 9, finds Sachin...


"Bobst kit never dies," says Ajay Mendes of Nebula Home Products

Ajay Mendes, managing director of Goa-based Nebula Home Products is impressed with the machine metallurgy, and says Bobst kit never dies


Product portfolio: Me & My machine - Line O Matic folder

The Line O Matic is just right for high-volume paper folding, says Nilesh Jain director of the Indore-based notebook manufacturer, Vijayshri Notebooks

Latest Poll

PM Modi and the Government has vowed that India will abolish all single-use plastic by 2022. Technically, flexible laminates, tapes, labels, shrink films also are single-use plastics. Is this a viable course of action?