UV Printers showcases UV prowess at Media Expo Delhi

By 07 Oct 2016

New Delhi-based wide-format print equipment supplier UV Printers displayed UVJet LED flatbed printer at Media Expo Delhi. The company also represents Dilli in India, and has over 70 installations in India.

Mohan: “Today, customers are looking for speed and quality"

KT Mohan, managing director at UV Printers, recovering from a bout of Chikangunya and in visible pain post-infection, said, we see a lot of six-colour movements in the market “thanks to certain brands”.

“There are two types of customers today, those who pick up a high-end machine or very cheap ones. Now high-end machines are in the range of Rs 50-lakh upwards to 1.5-crore and the cheap are under 10-lakh.”

The UVJet printer on the stand, a CMYK plus white ink printer uses three printheads, two for the CMYK and one dedicated for white. “Today, customers are looking for speed and quality. So we went to China with a hawk’s eye, because we know what the market requires. If these manufacturer can come closer to that, nothing like it. That’s how we zeroed in on UVjet,” said Mohan.

The Dilli printers which Mohan supplies to the India market, is capable of printing six-colour plus white and varnish; and uses UV inks. It is fitted with a Dilli is giving three-picoleter Kyocera printhead and can print at a maximum speed is 500-600 sqm/hour.

Mohan promotes UV and UV LED for industrial applications, because he is of the opinion that these printers can print on rigid, ACP, glass, plywood, WPC to flexi material. “If you have fixed bed, then there’s a limitation of size, but if you have a Dilli roll-to-roll, then you can run canvas, vinyl, wall-paper, rexin, and even polyester-based fabric.”

UV Printers has installed 19 UVJet and 18 Dilli printers this year.



Media Expo NEW!

Feb 21 - 23 Feb 2019
Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumb...

Asia Coat + Ink Show NEW!

Mar 25 - 28 Mar 2019
Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumb...

Sivakasi Printex 2019 NEW!

Apr 12 - 14 Apr 2019
Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu

Latest Poll

Book Days was launched during PrintPack 2019. Which initiative you think will boost print the most?