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ColorJet to display Softjet digital printer at Fespa 2017

05 May 2017

India's largest manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers, ColorJet India, is showcasing the Softjet digital printer at Fespa Hamburg at Hall B5, stall G62. The show is scheduled from 8 to 12 May 2017 in Hamburg, Germany.

untitled-1 Softjet digital printer at Fespa

Pavan Gupta at ColorJet India, said, “We are showcasing Softjet to expand our product line and also to enable the entry of entrepreneurs in soft signage business at a lower investment. The machine will prove to be attractive for producers of soft signages like flags, banners, hoardings, demo tents and vibrant backlit. Today, a lot of fabric is being used for events like weddings decorations and banquets.”

ColorJet customers who are using Softjet

Biju Thomas, Rights Concept Advertising LLC, Dubai, UAE
"We are using the Softjet Plus digital printer and it has proved to be a versatile machine for printing soft signage’s and is a perfect replacement of PVC based media. We print backlit displays, flexible displays, umbrellas, flags, banners, hoardings and canopies.”

David Hornsey, sales director at Jetmark, Australia
"The Softjet digital printer has been able to deliver all signage needs of our customers, whether its mall drop downs, demo tents, hoardings, banners, flags and backlit boards and in the process it has proved to be very helpful for our business.”

Softjet prints on polyester-based fabrics, which can be recycled and uses environmental friendly aqueous based inks. Softjet offers business avenues of customised decorative fabrics for its users and comes in both 2.5 and 3.2-metre print width to target different market requirements.

The printer comes with a proprietary AIVC technology for consistent print performance by maintaining constant jetting conditions even in varying environmental conditions. It has an automated feed and a take-up system, synchronised with tension bars for unattended long print runs on various types of fabric.

It also has a pneumatics control-based tension-bar on media feed and take-up, to ensure consistent tension on fabric and automatically adjusts, based on a type of fabric being used.

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