Product of the Month


Durst Tau 330

Due to the benefits of digital printing for label applications, Durst’s Tau 330 digital press promises quality and productivity reports Rushikesh Aravkar


Flint Flexocure Ancora

The newly launched Flexocure Ancora by Flint Group, is a high performance low migration UV flexo ink range designed to provide a very low migration potential. Flexocure...


Scodix S74

Unique applications will be expected to boost the segment through metitculous targetting of the Indian wedding industry, photo album, book cover, greeting card and...


Canon VarioPrint 6000 Ultra line

With speed, strength and green credentials, this black and white machine is one of the quickest cut-sheet digital press with perfecting abilities.So says Noel D’cunha...


The Goss Universal XL

This press is intended to help printers cash in on lucrative contract work as it is capable of delivering double-width productivity, says Sachin Shardul


Wohlenberg Lucro 5000

This inline perfect binding kit from the German-based Wohlenberg has a smaller footprint and is energy efficient. The vacuum technology ensures difficult signatures...


GMG Flexoproof 5

GMG FlexoProof software has more than 20 users in India. Sachin Shardul investigates on how the software is designed to cater to the needs of the flexo and packaging...


Ricoh Pro C751 series

The mid-production press incorporates key features from the Ricoh C901 series that gives this press an edge and more flexibility, reports Noel D’cunha


Apogee Prepress v7.1

The Apogee workflow combines different parts of a job, reduces the set-up time significantly and allows for easy status tracking, says technical editor, Sachin Shardul...


MGi Meteor DP8700 XL

This versatile digital press is becoming the solution of choice for graphics professionals in a wide range of print industry segments, including commercial printers,...

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?