Rahoul Wadekar: Nanography or its derivative is the future

By 06 Mar 2020

In the Rapid Fire series, PrintWeek asks Rahoul ten questions about print and beyond

rahoul wadekar, director at Indigo Press (India), Mumbai

Q: What is your idea of a perfect print firm in India?
One that combines strong ethics, a high degree of innovation, a well-trained staff with a right attitude, and machinery that provides a wide range of possibilities.

Q: What is the trickiest colour you had to print?
Certain pantone shades tend to vary depending on atmospheric conditions. Matching them to batches printed previously can become tedious at times.

Q: What is your favourite print joke?
Q: 3D printers are now printing guns?
A: That’s nothing, I’ve had a canon printer for years.

Q: What is the greatest strength of your printing firm?
Our sense of unity and our common goal of always delivering the best product possible.

Q: Which print job or project made you the happiest?
We printed over 20,000 personalised annual diaries for an MNC. Apart from printing, we also dispatched these diaries across India within a short period.

Q: What do you most value in your customers?
Loyalty and a sense of respect for the printer.

Q: If you could change one thing about your printing plant, what would it be?
Space constraints with respect to working within city limits.

Q: Which living print person do you admire most? 
My father. I feel blessed to witness his knowledge and understanding of the industry.
Q: Your favourite print conference? 
Print Summit, which is held in Mumbai every year. The diversity and experience of all the speakers is a pleasure to listen to.

Q: Which print technology is the future? 
The future belongs to either nanographic technology or a derivative of it. A hybrid combination that combines the speed and quality of offset and the variability of digital.



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