Prince Digi’s expansion plan gets a Vutek boost

By 09 Mar 2018

Mumbai-based Prince Digi Graphics has installed the EFI Vutek GS3250 LX Pro wide-format press, which it had booked at the Arrow Digital stand during Pamex 2017. The 10-colour UV inkjet printer, will bolster the wide-format digital print specialist’s expansion plans.

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Singh: “With the new EFI press, we can increase our capacity”
Manmohan Singh, director at Prince Digi Graphics, said, his company has seen tremendous growth in its large-format digital printing business, its product offerings and overall customer base. “Expanding our print capabilities was on our mind, and when we saw the new Efi Vutek GS 3250 LX Pro live in action, we decided to buy it,” he said.
 
The GS3250 LXPro is capable of printing directly to rigid and flexible substrates. The eight-colour plus two whites deliver multi-layer white print capability at a dual resolution of 600 dpi or 1000 dpi.
 
“With the addition of the new EFI press, we are in a position to increase our capacity, and offer better quality. The cool cure and the excellent white ink capabilities allow us to offer more applications. The dual resolution and speed of print will improve our speed to market, meeting customers’ ever-growing demand for quick turnaround and consistent quality with the best colour gamut in the industry,” said Singh.
 
This is not all. Singh said he is already discussing further investments in other segments. “With Arrow’s support and guidance, we hope to leap forward to offer some unique applications and products in some fast-growing markets.”
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