Samarth Digital reinvents itself with Pixeljet hybrid printer

By 11 Sep 2020

Pune-based wide-format print service provider, Samarth Digital, has invested in a Pixeljet 3218RMO UV hybrid printer with varnish manufactured by Monotech Systems. The company, which is in business since 2016, plans to expand its reach to new markets and applications with the new investment.

Samarth Digital plans to expand its reach to new markets and applications

“We believe the investment on Pixeljet UV hybrid printer will help us to tap the new opportunities in the markets and will open the new doors of revenue generation. It’s been four years of our operations and we have been growing exponentially with a healthy reputation in the market with a strong association with brands like Shoppers Stop, Havmor, Everyday, and Reliance to name a few,” Shripad Krishnakar Bhavsar, director, Samarth Digital, said.

He added that while the company’s existing applications were limited to indoor-outdoor signage, commercial printing and other industrial applications, with the addition of the Pixeljet UV hybrid printer, the company will be able to enter into the interior décor market, MDF printing, WPC door printing, and glass printing. “It will also help us in customisation of the applications as per customer’s demand,” Bhavsar added.

The Pixeljet 3218 UV hybrid printer is a high-speed LED UV curable inkjet system which is ideal for short-run to high-level production of multiple jobs with a variety of sized media. It offers media edge-to-edge printing that eliminates the need of an extra finishing step, saving time and money. The versatile nature of the machine allows it to print on a wide range of indoor and outdoor substrates such as corrugated boards, plastics, acrylic, glass, foam boards, exhibition panels, wood, aluminium, MDF and PS materials, and many more.

Monotech Systems has installed more than 250 Pixeljet UV printers across India and the neighbouring countries.

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